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All of our orders are shipped out within 2 business days M-F of receiving cleared payment. Please confirm your shipping address via Paypal as we cannot guarantee a change of address once your order has been received. Overall, this was a good science fiction series. Is this the end I hope the adventures of JT aren't over. This one left me with questions that need to be answered. Enjoy the ride. Mar 27, Jennifer Patterson rated it it was amazing Shelves: ya. Even with my fun books that I read, it can take me a several days to finish one.
Oddly enough, I have to thank Nathon Filion for tweeting a link for a free digital copy of the first book Virus on Orbis 1. The brief synopsis from P. Thirteen-year-old Johnny Turnbull has always known there was something different about him, even before he and two hundred other kids landed on the first ring of Orbis. Johnny and the rest of the refugee orphans are put to work in alien factories, and very quickly things go very wrong. Is he the one responsible? This action-packed, fast-paced sci-fi novel will keep kids on the edge of their seats.
For this computer geek, the direct interface into a computer hooked me in instantly. The book takes you on a very fun adventure, and really captures the mystery and adjustment to a world completely different than your own.
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The entire series does a great job at working through the struggles of class divisions between the elite and the poor. On top of this is the transformation of JT himself. He also has the entire universe looking over his shoulder, which causes a lot of struggles. He did it amazingly well.
There was even a small amount of romance and tragedy mixed in to the whole story that fit perfectly. My mind is still racing from all of the tech, adventure, and thought provoking things this book brought out. Softwire is targeted for the 10 and up, but it is written so well that adults or really big geeky kids like me will enjoy it thoroughly.
Jul 10, David rated it liked it Shelves: young-adult , kids-fiction , science-fiction. JT is a softwire, a human who can communicate telepathically with computers. Ketheria, his sister, is the Scion - a long awaited being who is to bring understanding and healing to the universe. JT is expected to becone a Space Jumper, mercenary soldiers able to leap through space and time. His girlfriend Max disapproves. JT learns more about his father and why he came to Orbis. There is a Rings online game. I read the first three books some time ago, all which I enjoyed, and need to re-read and review them here.
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I thus had to rack my memory at times to follow the plot, which contains many characters, and in this book, many factions knudniks, Keepers, Council, Trust, etc. The book is intriguing and a page turner. The central characters continued to be interesting. Yet I had some disappointments. I was not happy with the tragedy at the end. JT was rather whiny at times. The ending seemed a bit anticlimactic and left a few questinos unanswered. For those reasons I am giving it just a three, though after rereading the first three books I may revisit that rating. I do however recommend the series.
I wonder if there will be a Space jumpers series to follow? Mar 02, Andrew Marr rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy-literature. For creating a really interesting fictional world, this series is outstanding.
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Same for character development. JT really struggles with accepting his destiny because it seems to interfere with his relationship with the girl he loves which is indeed the case. The spirituality does differ from Christiani For creating a really interesting fictional world, this series is outstanding. The spirituality does differ from Christianity. They hint that in our world, Jesus was a scion for our planet. Interestingly,the New Testament gives no indication as to who Jesus' tonant might have been.
More realistic would be for the spiritual force released by Ketheria's final awakening to begin a dramatic turnaround that needs time to unfold. Mar 19, Jarrett Riddle rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. After the great third installment of the Softwire series, I expected this one to try to one-up it on every level. Unfortunately what I got was lots of build up and an abrupt ending that happens within a few pages. There's something I don't really understand about the ending.
Throughout the series, the protagonist, Johnny Turnbull JT thinks to himself about how he is his own person and just wanted to make a life for himself. Long story short, he is told that he was specifically designed to be th After the great third installment of the Softwire series, I expected this one to try to one-up it on every level.
Long story short, he is told that he was specifically designed to be the Tonat, the guardian of the Scion. After four books of buildup of him saying that he's going to be his own person no matter what people say he is meant to do, he gives in and becomes the Tonat about five pages before the book is over.
This is what I don't understand. I thought the major message in these books were that you don't have to be what everyone says you have to be? I must have misinterpreted things somewhere down the line. JT was bullied, ordered around, and treated like trash by all of these factions for the entire series only to turn around and do what they want? I must identify myself with Switzer a lot more than JT, because I found his whole outlook on everything a lot smarter than JT's. Just my two cents. Feb 12, Faye, la Patata rated it really liked it Shelves: science-fiction , young-adult.
I loved it! I think this is one of those rare books that I just found myself really hating the main character JT in this case because he was so amazingly stubborn and selfish. Each time he just thinks of himself and get others into trouble I feel like going into the book and strangling the life out of him. But I think that's probably this book's greatest edge.
The main character is annoying because, well, he's just a kid. He's a kid who had dreams and goals to achieve in life, and then suddenl I loved it! He's a kid who had dreams and goals to achieve in life, and then suddenly he was told that everything he believed was not what it really seemed to be, and then he was given such a big big responsibility that he's not yet ready to handle. What a fine book. What great character development!
This book is the BEST of the four series. If you think you couldn't get enough of the first three, the fourth one just blows you away! I can't say I was happy with the ending though. Okay, fine, the bit NEAR the ending made me tear up a bit, but the real ending was a kind of bittersweet. I'm really hoping for a sequel. It can't just end there!!
Please, I need more! Mar 19, Denae Christine rated it liked it Shelves: 1st-person-narrative , sci-fi , space-travel. I didn't like that JT often did not know what was going on, and that it was unclear which was the right side and which the wrong. I also didn't like not knowing what everyone was up to, and not knowing what everyone's motives were.
I also could not keep track of all the factions Trust, Keepers, Council, Knudniks I did like some of Switzer's role, and I liked how JT became a leader, though not how whiny he was a lot of the time. I liked that he was trained how to use his powers, though I I didn't like that JT often did not know what was going on, and that it was unclear which was the right side and which the wrong. I liked that he was trained how to use his powers, though I didn't like the methods.
I liked the society-changing rebellion and Ketheria's role.