The Crucible of Dawn The multiple award winning Lodestone series returns in an all action third installment Having finally secured the four components of Annata s ancient device ten Kelanni together with the enigmatic C

  • Title: The Crucible of Dawn
  • Author: Mark Whiteway Don Noble
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  • Page: 205
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  • The multiple award winning Lodestone series returns in an all action third installment.Having finally secured the four components of Annata s ancient device, ten Kelanni, together with the enigmatic Chandara Boxx, set sail for the Island of Helice in order to neutralize the human weapon designed to eradicate the planet s indigenous life and to give them control over lodeThe multiple award winning Lodestone series returns in an all action third installment.Having finally secured the four components of Annata s ancient device, ten Kelanni, together with the enigmatic Chandara Boxx, set sail for the Island of Helice in order to neutralize the human weapon designed to eradicate the planet s indigenous life and to give them control over lodestone the most powerful substance in the universe After fending off an attack from an immense sea creature, the party is attacked by human flying machines Shann and Rael, two of the four component carriers, are lost somewhere on the island, their fate unknown.Will the Kelanni be able to reach the human weapon and disarm it With time against them, they must battle to overcome internal conflicts and, along the way, uncover shocking new truths about themselves about their enemies, the humans and about the strange creature Boxx, whose ultimate purpose yet remains a mystery.

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    1. Mark Whiteway Don Noble says:

      Mark Whiteway 1959 lives in rural West Sussex, England, near the former home of H G Wells The Lodestone series of novels is built around the concept of negative matter an extension of Einstein s Theory of General Relativity.



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    1. Article first published as Book Review: Lodestone, Bood Three: The Crucible of Dawn on Blogcritics.In a world of Science Fiction, what seems unbelievable at first glance seems to come to fruition some years later. Many of the gadgets we are familiar with today, first found credence in the mind of a writer.In Lodestone, Book Three: The Crucible of Dawn by Mark Whiteway, we follow the continued exploits of a group of Kalani who are trying to save their world, and release their people from oppressi [...]

    2. The genre of science fiction has never been one that has attracted me. So when afforded the opportunity to write a pre-publication review I was concerned that the time spent might not be so enjoyable. This was not the case, however. Author Mark Whiteway pulled me into the third book of the Lodestone series with his creative use of description for both the setting and characters. My other concern was that having not read the first two books in the series, the third might not make sense to me. Tha [...]

    3. I thoroughly enjoyed books one and two of this 'trilogy'. Having reached the end of book three however, I now discover it is no longer a trilogy but has become a series. This leaves me feeling as though I am being milked. Three books is a commitment in time that I am happy to make if the story is good and well-written. Once it becomes a series it has to be exceptional for me to continue to a fourth book.Book three of the Lodestone 'trilogy' was not exceptional. It was good and the ending satisfa [...]

    4. We start with two men, brothers, who are lodestone hunters, sorry, prospectors now according to the Directorate's change. There is a storm coming in and they race to a large spot they believe to be lodestone, only to find a body ~ a hu-man body, McCann. Our crew is back, after the trials, which now has put relationships in a new light and brought back old worries and feelings in which each needs to work through. They are on their way to the island the humans were banished to so many years ago, t [...]

    5. ADDICTIVE! I finished the entire book – all 51 chapters plus epilogue – in three days.This third book in The Lodestone Trilogy is Whiteway’s finest work yet. A certified page-turner from page one, the exquisitely crafted plot with its breathtaking twists and turns and gut-wrenching moments cements his status as a master storyteller.The battle for the possession and control of lodestone reaches unprecedented heights. LODESTONE. So precious and rare, with the potential for unlimited power. F [...]

    6. It’s difficult to review this book without leaving it full of spoilers for the first two, but I’ll give it a try. Our heroes continue in their efforts to stop The Prophet, with help from some unlikely allies. The action was well paced and exciting; the plot moved along at a good clip; and uses of the magnet-like lodestone technology continued to be inventive and consistent. I was unconvinced by Lyall’s sudden obsession with his missing sister, a fact that had barely been mentioned since he [...]

    7. Whiteway blurs the lines between magic and advanced science, not as a way to avoid making the homeworld of the Kelanni believable, but to heighten the cultural tension which runs through this series like milk through a sieve. Two societies, separated by the strange dynamics of their planet, collide in a common purpose that is instigated by interloping aliens from the stars - “hu-mans.”In truth, the technology is every bit as credible as it is fantastic. This is par for the course with Whitew [...]

    8. The multiple award-winning "Lodestone" series returns in an all-action third instalment. Having finally secured the four components of Annata's ancient device, ten Kelanni, together with the enigmatic Chandara Boxx, set sail for the Island of Helice in order to neutralize the human weapon designed to eradicate the planet's indigenous life and to give them control over lodestone - the most powerful substance in the universe. After fending off an attack from an immense sea creature, the party is a [...]

    9. This is the third book in the Lodestone Series. I have previously read the other two books and I was worried that this book would not live up to my expectations. However The Crucible of the Dawn not only lived up to my expectations but exceeded them.The description present throughout the book is flawless. The characters leap off the page and come alive in front of your eyes. The Plot kept me hooked throughout till the last page and in my opinion Mark Whiteway is just getting better and better wi [...]

    10. Whiteway 's writing pulled me in. His characters became my innermost circle. I enjoyed the journey of the small band attempting to spoil the plans of "the prophet". Twists and turns abound in the plot. Conflict within the small group is well defined, furthering the development of the characters. I started this series thinking that it was a fantasy trilogy. I'm a scifi fan. I was pleasantly surprised that it morphed into scifi within this volume. I enjoyed this book and recommend it.Spoiler Alert [...]

    11. Took me a while to get through these books, that is usually a sign that I am not interested. Like a lot of fantasy books I've read recently I like the concepts but the execution was not superb. The author tried to develop the characters, but failed to make them realistic or deep for me. The stories pacing seemed to be off as well. Not horrible but maybe a little below average for an epic series.

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