Salvation is a summertime network drama that's not asking anything of you but to give up an hour of your time and lose it forever. In return, you get a low-grade familiar sensation that means nothing but dulls your life a little bit. An apocalyptic sci-fi thriller, Salvation delivers a promising first season. When MIT grad student Liam Cole discovers an asteroid that's set to collide with Earth he takes his finding to tech billionaire Darius Tanz, who then partners with the government to devise a plan to save humanity. The writers do a good job at keeping the story intense and suspenseful, throwing in twists and conspiracies to heighten the drama.
Also, the actors' performances are fairly mediocre at least at first , and it takes a while for the characters to develop. Yet, the storytelling is full of intrigue and each episodes ends with an exciting cliffhanger. Season 1 of Salvation is a bit of a mess, but is still entertaining.
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View All Videos View All Photos An MIT grad student discovers that an asteroid is just six months away from colliding with Earth. Santiago Cabrera as Darius. Jennifer Finnigan as Grace Darrow. Charlie Rowe as Liam. Jacqueline Byers as Jillian. Rachel Drance as Zoe Barrows. Ian Anthony Dale as Harris Edwards.
Shazi Raja as Amanda Neel. Erica Luttrell as Claire Rayburn. Josette Jorge as Karissa. Dennis Boutsikaris as Dr. Raven Dauda as Harris' Secretary. Greg Calderone as Ed. Andre Dae Kim as Dylan Edwards. Vas Saranga as Dexter.
Brian Markinson as Randall Calhoun. Aaron Poole as Lazlo. Daiva Johnston as Millie. James Gilbert as Mason Dunkirk. Paul de la Rosa as Gen. Mark Moses as Hugh Keating. Jeffrey Nordling as Daniel. Dean Armstrong as Grant. Hoping you enjoy this story as much as I enjoyed writing it! And as always, I pray the book is a blessing to you. It should be available on other platforms for pre-order shortly. Some aspects of this story have been on my heart for a good while. Looking forward to sharing this latest labor of love!
Though I Stumble is now available! For paperback, Amazon will be the quickest way to receive the book. Here are a few links to purchase:. The mini-devotional study, In Hot Pursuit, is now available as well! You can click Continue Reading…. But I have to say—it felt good being back in the fiction groove.
And for a time, especially after I got the contract for Cling, I prayed about whether God was calling me to give up fiction altogether. But when this story formed in my mind, I knew I had my answer. Choosing a Lifestyle of Intimacy with God. Last December, I blogged here about how my agent emailed me and asked if I would consider writing a nonfiction book proposal.
Hidden Blessings released over a year ago, and typically a book is promoted for only a short while. So I was thrilled to hear from the publisher last week that it would be featured for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
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I was grateful for this endorsement on the cover of the book from breast cancer survivor and author, Carrie Stuart Parks: I highly recommend this book and this author. If you have not had a chance to read it, or perhaps desire to gift it to someone else, now is a great opportunity to do so. I truly pray it blesses. You can click these links to find the book on Kindle and Nook. We are in hot pursuit. In Him, we have eternal life. Our course is set. It leaves a lot of questions unanswered which is more than a little frustrating at the end of a book or series!
The book does very much portray the life of an average teenager, with all the love and strife they go through. The characters are well-developed and easy to relate to. I was especially able to relate to Kate and feel her fears and anxiety. The story is well paced, not to slow, but at about the right speed to follow and fully understand what is happening. Overall, I think this is a great book for a younger reader, but for the old dears like myself; maybe not.
Enjoy NB I Reveived this book free for an honest review Dec 18, Soccergypsy rated it really liked it. Book Three delivers from the first word to the very last. A wonderful resolution to the prior releases in the series. Triumphs across the board: I couldn't wipe the grin from face by the end.
Jul 11, Rebeca rated it did not like it Shelves: Reading a book is an individual experience and therefore two people reading the same book will always have different reading experiences and the derived feelings and opinions regarding the book. This happened very clearly to me and Isabel while reading Good Itentions. Isabel points out her discomfort with the writting style, as we have referred in our review of book two, Dealing With Devils, the main character Katie keeps asking questions to herself in her head in a way we didn't consider very Reading a book is an individual experience and therefore two people reading the same book will always have different reading experiences and the derived feelings and opinions regarding the book.
Isabel points out her discomfort with the writting style, as we have referred in our review of book two, Dealing With Devils, the main character Katie keeps asking questions to herself in her head in a way we didn't consider very natural Secondly Isabel was enjoying this series mainly because the main characters weren't the typical type, the female protagonist wasn't a heroine and the male protagonist was a demon capable of loving and worthy of being trusted.
Good Intentions disappointed Isabel because in this book Katie choses "the good side" and the demon betrays her showing therefore that he is a typical demon. I personally only disliked two aspects about this book.
Firstly it was slow-paced, there wasn't as much action as I would expect for the conclusion of a triology. To wrap up we will leave the messages each of us took from reading Good Intentions and also what made us warm up to this story. Isabel enjoyed the "Be careful with who you trust" message and I loved the "You always have a choive; no matter how far you've gone, you can always change paths" message.
Congratulations Pembroke Sinclair on writing this triology, thank you for giving us the opportunity to review it and good luck with future projects! Good Intentions is book three and final in this series that focuses on the eternal fight between good and evil. If you have read the previous books you know Katie and all the hard times she had to face.
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Now, she has to deal with the consequences of her actions and learn to live with the revelations about why everyone wants her soul. And to make things more interesting, Wes is back. This book has the same atmosphere and rhythm than the other two books. There is some action, every chapter brings Good Intentions is book three and final in this series that focuses on the eternal fight between good and evil. The dialogues are fast and the writing is very good. What I like about this series is that presents us a girl who chooses the bad side and we are ok with it.
We are so used to see the main characters of our books choosing the right side or doing what is supposed to be good that this book is refreshing. We learn along Katie that the bad side might not be so wrong after all.
Of course now that Wes I back, we have again the good vs evil fight and the soul saving conflict. Josh is a character I never fully understood, I like him for moments but for most of this book I want him out! I think that the book does justice to the entire series and presents an ending that answers most questions. Aug 08, Kelshei rated it really liked it. In the final book of the Road to Salvation series, Katie has been confronted by her friend, Wes, asking her what she has done.
Josh's nemesis, Braden, is still sowing discontent between Katie and Josh and Katie and Deb are frequently fighting over boys, namely Josh and Braden. Just another day in the life of the average high school student, right? I thought In the final book of the Road to Salvation series, Katie has been confronted by her friend, Wes, asking her what she has done. Sinclair to decide to write more books in this world. For myself, I hope she leaves it alone because to write more might end up detracting from the overall quality of the series. The end of the series has made me interested in other books by this author.
She has an excellent grasp of how teenagers think and behave, and that is a vital tool for an author of Young Adult books to have. The fact that she is able to so adeptly combine realistic teenage behavior with an internally-consistent paranormal world makes her a formidable addition to the genre. I recommend this book to readers 16 and older. Reviewer for Paranormal Romance and Authors that Rock Sep 30, Angi Plant rated it really liked it. The pull the central character Katie felt, between right and wrong was there and always kept you wondering what her final decision would be.
She is the type of girl many teen girls will identify with, being a "nobody " at school to suddenly becoming the most 4 out of 5 very good Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books! She is the type of girl many teen girls will identify with, being a "nobody " at school to suddenly becoming the most important is seductive and you have to find out which way she will be swayed. It is a real page turner. It can be read as a standalone, but saying that, I would advocate reading the series for the background, the details, and basically for fun!!!
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I am so pleased I read this series and like the way it describes both Hell and it's systems and hierarchy, but also shows the good guys do find ways round too. Not saying any more or I will create spoilers and this series are well worth reading. I would love to read more of Pembroke Sinclair's work: Melissa Flicks rated it it was amazing May 31, Raven Anne rated it really liked it Jun 14, Laura rated it it was amazing Feb 13, Isabel rated it it was ok Jul 12, Stephanie rated it it was amazing Aug 03, Becka rated it it was amazing Mar 16, Pam added it Jun 17, Lynda Dickson marked it as to-read Jul 01, Hanna Marl added it Jul 03, Sandra "Jeanz" marked it as to-read Jul 11, Remenicky marked it as to-read Jul 29, Sherry Fundin marked it as to-read Jul 29, Kelly marked it as to-read Jul 29, Crystal Guidroz marked it as to-read Jul 29, Jodi Ciorciari-marinich marked it as to-read Jul 29, Brandi marked it as to-read Jul 29, Esperanza marked it as to-read Jul 29, Frederick Rotzien marked it as to-read Jul 30, Micielle marked it as to-read Jul 30,