Evolussion

Evolussion Twenty six years of planning could not prepare them for this The world is well aware of the ongoing efforts of megacorp Three Eleven after they went public in about an impending asteroid impact c

  • Title: Evolussion
  • Author: Kathy Bell
  • ISBN: 9780981289649
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
  • Twenty six years of planning could not prepare them for this The world is well aware of the ongoing efforts of megacorp Three Eleven after they went public in 1985 about an impending asteroid impact coming in 2011 What they don t know about is the new species of human evolving within the walls of the corporation Company figurehead Dawn Ingram has not only a secret identTwenty six years of planning could not prepare them for this The world is well aware of the ongoing efforts of megacorp Three Eleven after they went public in 1985 about an impending asteroid impact coming in 2011 What they don t know about is the new species of human evolving within the walls of the corporation Company figurehead Dawn Ingram has not only a secret identity, but also a secret entity within her genes This strand of alien DNA has been passed on to the fifty three children infiltrating Three Eleven initiatives, carrying with them the lifetime memories and knowledge of their parents, and something Two of these children make an alarming discovery on a Jovian moon, setting in motion a cascading series of events which will tear apart the team which has worked together for decades Corporate control of information and technology keeps the world complacent as Three Eleven proceeds with their plans, unchallenged with the exception of underground journalist Stew Singleton His Stewlogs shout out to those who will listen, demanding people ask questions, look closely, and wrest back some of the power they had ceded to Three Eleven in the panic of 85 Although he does not work hand in hand with them, he does applaud the efforts of terrorist group Anvolussion A group whose leader, Lavrentios Alexopoulos, has gone missing after a bombing went wrong Nothing in the world is quite like Nicholas Weaver expected to find when he lay himself down to die for the eleventh time, awakening again as a twelve year old searching for his lost love He finds the fruits of his labour have borne unexpected seeds, but is unsure the future is safe even with his monumental efforts The fate of the planet might be out of all of their hands Sequel to bestselling Regression.

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    About "Kathy Bell"

    1. Kathy Bell

      Born in 1971, I ve called the Georgian Bay and Lake Huron area home for my entire life minus the years at university Even so, I found books a wonderful way to travel through time and around the world.I live in my dream house on 60 acres with an amazing view of the city skyline in one direction and the sheer cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment in the other I was only able to start writing after checking off most other things on the to do list of my life marry high school sweetheart check get an awesome career as a high school teacher check have four wonderful kids check build my dream home check be a successful entrepreneur check breed Canada s top winning bulldog check get a herd of horses check Suddenly, I found myself inspired to begin writing after a break of than twenty years when I was in high school I wrote short stories which never made it past my journal binders I still have both.Regression was conceived in the middle of the night, one hand cradling a fussy baby while the other pecked at the keyboard you can only surf the internet for so long I feel it is a reflection of the many roles I have had in my life, and the observations of human nature accumulated through those roles.

    672 thoughts on “Evolussion”

    1. I won this ARC book on ’ First Reads Giveaway. I must confess that I did not read the first book in the series – Regression which provided a lot of background to this book. I do believe that if a book is well written, a person can jump into the series at any point and still understand the book.With that thought in mind, I started reading this book. It has really interesting concepts. First of all, the earth will cease to exist on November 11, 2011. A corporation, the cleverly named Three Ele [...]


    2. I am about half-way through this book now, not nearly enough time to read these days. However with this book I am enjoying taking it slow and really, really reading it. Part of that being is the fear of reaching the end and having to wait for a year for the final book in this Trilogy.You MUST read the first in the series(Regression)before you start this one. In Evolussion the story and characters really come together and some parts of Regression are finally explained. Nicholas and Alex are now p [...]


    3. What a great book! I loved Regression, the first book in this planned trilogy, and was anxiously awaiting the next installment. I was lucky enough to win an advance copy of Evolussion, and it did not disappoint! The storytelling style in Evolussion is different from Regression -- the story jumps between the perspectives of several different characters. That took a bit of getting used to, but all of the various threads "tie together" in the end.Kathy Bell does a great job of making a completely " [...]


    4. I did not know that this was actually a sequel to another book when I started reading it and was soon confronted with open questions concerning some of the characters and also the plot. In other words, I can only recommend to read the first book of the Infinion series first for a better understanding.That said I must state that Kathy Bell put an interesting and well-developed premise on paper with this novel. Centered around the main ptotagonist(s) Adya Jordan/Dawn Ingram, the story continues 26 [...]


    5. Really enjoyed the read. Its been a while since I read the first installment, but I remember thinking that it could have maybe been pared down a bit. In this book I think it could have been longer, with more time spent fleshing out certain spots.That said, the premise that was so original and thought provoking, blossoms. We get the satisfaction of having a great number of questions answered and in the next breathe, are presented with a whole bunch of new ones to make us anxious for the final cha [...]


    6. Though I was initially disappointed that the book begins by skipping over 25 years, it probably wasn't feasible to do otherwise. I found this book just as intriguing as the first, even though I didn't relate to the main character quite as well (the years have necessarily changed her). However, new characters drew me in, and the plot twists kept me guessing. There is some PG-13 profanity and sexual content in the book, but it's milder than Regression. Thank you First Reads and Kathy Bell for prov [...]


    7. I only just started this but so far it is superb! You can tell that the author has done her research. I know that I will be sad to see it end and have to wait a whole year for the last in the trilogy. Kathy Bell is an outstanding author.


    8. Thank you to Kathy Bell for sending me a review copy via and my sincere apologies for not posting this review much sooner. You see, I really liked Regression. I wanted to see how that story ended and Evolussion seemed so totally alien. But then it is alien isn't it? It isn't the story about how Nicholas was able to regress Adya so that Hope could be born, it is about an alien species manipulating everyone including Adya/Dawn and Nicholas. And I, the reader, felt betrayed and set the book aside [...]


    9. This book gives me mixed feelings. It turned into hard core sci-fi fairly early on, which was fine. However, at the end it jumped into the mystical. That seemed to come out of no where. The story is interesting and I will read the last one because I want to see the resolution.


    10. Intriguing storylineFull of surprises and a unique concept. Sometimes the back and forth between characters is unclear. Paragraph indentations would help.



    11. I am really enjoying this triology. It went slightly off the rails toward the end but I am anticipating the release of book 3 already.


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