Sixteen years ago, a volcanic eruption changed the world forever. A small group of survivors escaped on a cruise ship called the Catalina ahead of a choking cloud of ash. Since then, they have been surviving at sea, drifting until the land becomes safe again.
The adventure continues in Seaswept, the heart-stopping second book in the Seabound Chronicles.
After her triumphant return to the Catalina, Esther begins developing a new way to produce energy. Meanwhile, the exiles from the Galaxy Flotilla, including the enigmatic David Hawthorne, struggle to find their place aboard the Catalina.
When Esther makes a major breakthrough, David offers to sell her technology for supplies and alliances for the Catalina. They dock with the Amsterdam Coalition, where David's bidding war soon takes a dangerous turn.
How far will Esther go to rescue him? She's still not sure whether she can trust anyone on the post-apocalyptic ocean - even David himself.
©2015 Jordan Rivet (P)2016 Jordan Rivet
TARGET AUDIENCE: Young Adult and adults.
PROFANITY, SEX & VIOLENCE: None. Despite being a post apocalyptic book, this book is free from significant violence. Really a well written book, that is enjoyable and I am comfortable with my teen and pre-teen children reading.
STORY LINE: Post apocalyptic book that takes place at sea. This is book two in the series but can be read independently. Truly enjoyable story that contains some mild romance as two young adults seek to save their friends from individuals who care only for themselves. Believable story, as the apocalypse is the eruption of the Yellowstone Caldera, something that will eventually occur.
NARRATOR: This narrator is amazing. I listen to all my books on increased speed. He is especially good at always keeping the unique characters’ voices distinct. Prosody and flow of his reading is always superb. I love listening to him.
OVERALL: Absolutely recommend this book. It is terrific.
This audiobook was given by the narrator (after begging and pleading with him to let me have another one of his books, he obliged) however this truly was a terrific book.
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