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Firmament: Machiavellian

Firmament Machiavellian On their way back to Earth from the newly discovered world of Kainus Ge the Surveyor rescues the personnel of a malfunctioning science station Young medical assistant Andi quickly befriends the newco

  • Title: Firmament: Machiavellian
  • Author: J. Grace Pennington
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • On their way back to Earth from the newly discovered world of Kainus Ge, the Surveyor rescues the personnel of a malfunctioning science station Young medical assistant Andi quickly befriends the newcomers, particularly the charming captain, but things get complicated when the scientists offer the impossible a way to improve the barren planet and the lives of all its inhaOn their way back to Earth from the newly discovered world of Kainus Ge, the Surveyor rescues the personnel of a malfunctioning science station Young medical assistant Andi quickly befriends the newcomers, particularly the charming captain, but things get complicated when the scientists offer the impossible a way to improve the barren planet and the lives of all its inhabitants There s only one problem their solution requires the Surveyor to enter the one area of the galaxy which is off limits to travel As the Captain struggles with his decisions, Andi and her father become suspicious of the accidents that keep happening on the ship Could it be coincidence, or is someone trying to sabotage their mission Can they uncover the truth in time to stop the Captain from wrecking his career and losing his ship forever

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    1. J. Grace Pennington

      I am J Grace Pennington, author, daughter, sister, Christian I love Jesus than life itself I love the wind on my face I love my family I love to be alone and listen to beautiful music I love dark chocolate I love to learn about the human body and how it fails and heals I love relationships and psychology I love good stories I love horses I love to look up at the stars I love good poetry I love to cry I love to pray I love words I love kindnesses I love theology I love to laugh, really laugh, not laugh because I should but because something s really funny or delightful I love hugs I love beauty, people, and emotion I am a romantic, and an idealist The most important things to me are God, people, nature, story and music.Those are the things I love.J Grace Pennington That s me Beloved of God That s where my value comes from His love He is the author of my life Being an author helps me have a better appreciation for His care As an author, you take delight in planning every little detail of your characters lives, you can t wait to give them wonderful gifts, you are saddened to take them through the valley, but you know you have to to give them something beautiful For them to have the fullest life, the life you want to give them Every detail is important to you and carefully planned out to make everything work out the best for everyone in the end And if it s like that for me, a human, imperfect author, how much so for the holy, creative, awesome, mighty, perfect God I am glad He writes my life story I am glad I can rest and give in to the plot twists He sees fit to give me I am glad I can enjoy every second of the great story of life, knowing beyond any shadow of a doubt that it will end with and she lived happily ever after That is me That is my story, that is my song Who I am is three words I am His.

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    1. Well, I'm hooked on this series. In this volume of the Firmament series, we find fatal foul play, some heart-pounding dangerous scenes, and a secret illegal mission in space. Pretty cool, I think. The starship Surveyor unsuspectingly picks up a crew off a space station to transport them. The troubles to come are unknown at the time, but what ends up taking place is a battle that divides the starship into two. Immediately the Captain receives a shock from the past, tempers flare, lies are spread, [...]


    2. I'm wobbling between 4.5 and 5 starsI just put this book down moments ago, gasping for air, so I may be in an unfit condition for writing a review, but I'm going to do it anyway. This series, and Miss Pennington's prowess as an author, keeps getting better. It's a great thing to watch (or read, as the case may be).In this book, Andi's sympathies from the previous book are dragged into another adventure. When the Surveyor picks up some extra passengers, the get more than they bargained for. The t [...]


    3. Recommended for: All agesRating: PG (violence and medical)I admit, ever since accidentally stumbling on Radialloy following "customers who bought this also bought" rabbit trails on my kindle, I have been a huge fan of the Firmament Series. I love science fiction, I have since I was a child whose knowledge of sci-fi came only from A Wrinkle in Time and E.T the Extraterrestrial, but there's such a shortage of good, well-written, Christian science fiction. The Firmament Series works to fill in that [...]


    4. Goodness me. Where to begin? It appears Firmament is going to be one of those refreshing series in which each successive book only gets better. Machiavellian was wonderful. It had such suspense and twisty plot-lines. I was hanging onto every word and -- just like with the previous books -- I couldn't put it down until I'd finished it within twenty-four hours (What can I say? I'm a fast reader, it's a capital book, and the afternoon was quiet). This story introduced intriguing questions about the [...]


    5. Star Trek Gets Saved!Before you hurt yourself trying to actually imagine Star Trek getting saved… don't go there. It was just a joke to give you the right idea. If the crew of the Enterprise included some Christians - and if the script didn't feature aliens and other elements for which I personally won't watch it - that's the world of Firmament: Machiavellian.I came in on the middle of the Firmament series, so it took me a bit to get oriented. For example, I actually spent a few pages trying t [...]


    6. Ms. Pennington does it again with this third instalment of her Star Trek esque series: Firmament. For a Christian science fiction space opera medical drama Firmament definitely hits the spot. If that's not really your thing, well there's still plenty to to draw you in. Like exciting adventure to the galactic core! If the characters can make up their minds to goat isMachiavellian feels at first like a remake of Radialloy, all the way down to the long-lost brothers, and unspellable double-l title, [...]


    7. (4.7)An enjoyable read about life, family, and at what point we should listen to the rules or decide those rules shouldn't be in place.Recommended 11/12+ for medical situations, moderate violence, and family drama.



    8. Once again this author has succeeded in making me get so engrossed in the story, that I stay up way to late reading it. This book was captivating and challenging, I look forward to the next book.


    9. Whew! Another great read from this series.I'm really impressed by the way the lessons are woven into the plot. Andi's faith and her struggles aren't a side issue happening alongside the action and danger; they're integral to the plot itself. And the author doesn't shy away or back down from the hard questions--in this book, the emotionally-charged topic of doing wrong to accomplish good.I found myself a little frustrated with Andi for the first time in the series--not for of her struggle with th [...]


    10. If you were to ask me which currently-in-progress book series I follow most eagerly waiting for the next installment, I'd answer J. Grace Pennington's Firmament series. The cast of interesting and endearing characters and their intricate, well-developed world aboard the starship Surveyor keep me coming back for more despite my unfamiliarity with and lack of interest in the sci-fi genre outside this series.Firmament: Machiavellian finds visitors aboard the starship again, this time the crew of a [...]


    11. Age Appropriate For: 12 and up for mild violence and perilBest for Ages: 12 and upI have been eager to read this book ever since I read In His Image. I was privileged to be part of the beta-reader team for Machiavellian and let me tell you, it did not disappoint me.Andi is still my favorite character. I love her struggles in this one as she explores in a subtle, yet powerful, way if the end really does justify the means. Pennington delved deep into the issue and did not make it easy for Andi; sh [...]



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