The Wounded World

The Wounded World

Ariele Sieling / Dec 09, 2019

The Wounded World Upon returning to Pomegranate City Quin discovers that his father has disappeared taking with him knowledge that is precious to his government and leaving behind a very dangerous new Door As he sets

  • Title: The Wounded World
  • Author: Ariele Sieling
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • Upon returning to Pomegranate City, Quin discovers that his father has disappeared, taking with him knowledge that is precious to his government and leaving behind a very dangerous new Door As he sets out on his journey to find his father, Quin hopes that he hasn t stumbled onto a problem that so big he cannot even begin to solve it.This science fiction tale weaves the myUpon returning to Pomegranate City, Quin discovers that his father has disappeared, taking with him knowledge that is precious to his government and leaving behind a very dangerous new Door As he sets out on his journey to find his father, Quin hopes that he hasn t stumbled onto a problem that so big he cannot even begin to solve it.This science fiction tale weaves the mystery of different worlds together with hope, friendship, and a little bit of romance.

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      • Ariele Sieling

        A lifetime writer and lover of cats, Ariele Sieling delves into the exciting possibilities of science fiction from her home on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean From Heisenberg s Uncertainty Principle to the intricate behaviors of bees, she looks for stories wherever she goes.


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    1. The Wounded World is the first of the Sagittan Chronicles science fiction series by Ariele Sieling. To be clear, the work is soft sci-fi rather than hard sci-fi, which means its story relies on entirely fictitious science. Its purpose is to entertain, not to anticipate or warn about the future or consequences of science.The book’s characters inhabit a highly advanced society which has two important technologies that set it apart from Earth. The first is the Doors (try to set the night on fire! [...]


    2. This book's writing style thoroughly disagrees with me. If I had to describe it in a single word I would call it 'unhinged', like a dream that shifts randomly from moment to moment with only minimal relations between said moments. I had the same issue with The Chronicles of Amber, that also suffered from this.Characters seem to pop up at random whenever they are needed. Wolf seems to be able to instantly teleport everywhere without even using Doors, showing up everywhere and seemingly involved i [...]


    3. What if I told you that in the future, one could walk through doorways, seemingly near magical portals that allowed humans to travel throughout outer space? In "Wounded World," the line between reality and the unknown share a symbiotic relationship that transcends any science fiction novel I've read to date! I could not put it down and I don't think you'll be able to either.When an unexpected and unauthorized door manifests in the middle of Quin Black's living room, he suspects his missing fathe [...]


    4. This review was originally published by Kurt's Frontier on Invincible Love of Reading.Synopsis: Quin Black works for the government of a future civilization. This civilization has gates (called Doors) that can lead from one world to another. The technology also exists to build words. However, the knowledge to do both is highly regulated due to the consequences of doing it wrong. Quin’s father, Grise Black, has disappeared from their home in Pomegranate City, leaving behind a Door that he inven [...]



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