Akropolis

Akropolis Akropolis is a YA Science Fiction novel set in the near future and the ancient past The book considers an alternative us and asks the question what if we re not who we think we are what if we are th

  • Title: Akropolis
  • Author: Catherine McCallum
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Akropolis is a YA Science Fiction novel set in the near future and the ancient past The book considers an alternative us and asks the question, what if we re not who we think we are, what if we are them A drowning at sea and a cellphone receiving cryptic messages from the future propel seventeen year old Nathaniel into a search through time for his older brother SebAkropolis is a YA Science Fiction novel set in the near future and the ancient past The book considers an alternative us and asks the question, what if we re not who we think we are, what if we are them A drowning at sea and a cellphone receiving cryptic messages from the future propel seventeen year old Nathaniel into a search through time for his older brother Seb, missing from their remote fishing village after attempts on his life Guided by a series of diagrams to the site of a strange Garden destroyed in an earthquake, Nat discovers he himself has become the hunted, and Seb is someone marked with a code.From the wild seas of Tasmania to ancient Greece through to New York City in 1911, Nat and his fellow traveler Norika flee their pursuers into a Network where no one, including Seb, is quite as they seem When they finally discover their connection to the long ago Survivors and their Descendants, Nat faces a revelation about his brother that affects not only his future, but his past.Akropolis offers cross genre appeal to readers of thought provoking YA and Science Fiction, with its shifting parallel stories of two brothers trapped in time and history, and the decisions they make to survive.

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      Published :2019-08-02T08:17:44+00:00

    Catherine McCallum

    After a career in Australia and Europe as a graphic designer and art director, I now work as a writer from my home on the east coast of Tasmania.

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    • “The Age of Akropolis is upon us”On the day Sebastian D’Angelo left port on the Cormorant, with crew member Rick Delaney and skipper Jake Eastman, the weather forecast was for wild storms off the Tasmanian coast. There were those who couldn’t understand why they had gone out in such weather. But that day in 2020 was to change the lives of many people. When the Cormorant was declared lost at sea, Seb’s brother Nathaniel (Nat) was in class at his local high school in the coastal town of [...]

    • This book took me a long time to read because the scenes and characters contained are so evocative and thought provoking that I had to put it down to allow myself time to contemplate the depth of it's narrative.I was inspired by the ethical perspectives of each character as they each faced their own particular moral dilemmas with the help of the human and non-human people they meet.It's obvious that the writer has not only a keen sense of historical context but also a solid understanding of how [...]

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