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by Rachel E Fisher
Download Seeds of War fb2
Science Fiction
  • Author:
    Rachel E Fisher
  • ISBN:
    1478229462
  • ISBN13:
    978-1478229469
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  • Publisher:
    CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 13, 2012)
  • Pages:
    266 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Science Fiction
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  • FB2 format
    1228 kb
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    1585 kb
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    1409 kb
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    276
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Cover art by Design for Writers. Summary: The mission of Eden must be fulfilled and Eden’s best Seekers are needed. Forming a new group they dub the Seeders, Fi, Asher, and Sean are joined by a new addition as they set out to bring hope and support to the Topsiders in the form of radios and heirloom seeds.

While I was still very interested in the overall idea, I felt like this book suffered from ies syndrome. It was missing a strong, central, overarching conflict.

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Seeds of War, Book 2 in the Eden's Root Trilogy, continues the story of Fi Kelly and her Family, mainly Sean and Asher. These three, along with Sara, Fi's friend and Sean's girlfriend, are Seekers. They're soon given a new mission: Seeders. It is now their job to journey to other friendly survivors and give out heirloom seeds and radio equipment to begin connecting the Survivors into something of a community. They also begin Seeding the Dead Zones to hopefully begin regrowth of wild grasses and plants. Unfortunately, the world is still not safe. They have to watch out for unfriendly survivors, dubbed Lobos, and a new threat, the Truthers, emerges.

I really enjoyed Seeds of War, as much as Eden's Root. This trilogy seems to be one that just sucks me in and won't let go. When I'd have to stop, I had to shake my head a little to get to story out of it. Honestly, it....kinda made me a little paranoid... I mean, I can see things like this actually happening in the near future. Then again, I'm not one of those people who can just read a book. I have to get totally immersed in it. I'm not just reading; I'm in there, too. Fi's a likeable heroine, as is her Family. The world around them is one of despair, but they have so much hope for the future. It's just really touching.

What got to me was the Truthers. Ohhh, religious cults... So creepy. What's worse, I can see a group like that actually forming and trying to spread their message of lies on the back of religious comfort. I did like that Fi began questioning society and wondering if some of what the leader of the Truthers was saying was actually true. The Famine and Sickness affected her deeply, so it seems very reasonable that she would seek answers about the causes and wonder if they were a punishment to society. Including Fi's doubts made her story even more realistic. It would be so easy to have her staunchly against them in every way from the beginning. Having her confused and questioning brought another depth to her.

I'm eagerly awaiting the release of book 3. I NEED to know how Fi's story ends.
Yndanol
Loved it, just as good as the first. There was still a lot of action & you get to learn a lot more about Eden & how everything works. Getting to see other survivors Topside was really cool too. It was surprising to see how many there were & to feel the hope that Fi had at rebuilding the world. The Truthers sound really interesting & insane, so I can't wait to see what happens with that. The Lobos remain scary as heck & some of the scenes were crazy! There is a lot going on in Fi's world & I can't wait to see what happens next. They definitely have a lot of challenges ahead of them, so I am excited to see where that goes.

Fi is still BA as ever & I loved how strong she is. Even though she is perfectly fine on her own it is nice to see how she is with Asher, she lets herself become more vulnerable & share her burden, I think they make a great couple, very adorable too! I love how playful they are with each other & can be BA when they need to. I was unsure how I felt about Asher in the first book becasue of what happened when he & Fi first met. After getting to know him better in this book I think he is absolutely adorable & I love how much he cares about Fi. He will do anything to protect, but he doesn't try to smother her, he knows she is perfectly capable of protecting herself. They just really compliment each other & they had so many great scenes together. Can't wait to see more of them. Sean & Sara were cute as well & made a great couple. Sara turned out to be a really surprising character. Sean also made some interesting changes. It was great to see character growth & to see them struggle with what the world has become.

Overall I really loved this book & I can't wait for the next one! I definitely recommend it!
Mustard Forgotten
Rating: 3.5/5

It took me a while to get into the book, but once it did, I couldn't really stop. Though I couldn't yet feel connected to the main character Fi, I found myself more drawn to others like Sara and Sean. Perhaps, I feel like Fi always looks like she's near perfection and that everyone is always telling her how amazing she is and it's like, in lack of better of words, a turn off to me. I think that's why Sara and Sean got to me more because they aren't praised like the others and it makes me relate to them much more. As for Asher; I enjoyed learning slightly more about him since not a lot have been said previously.

But I really enjoyed the twist the author added to the book because it reflects a certain realism to the story. Religion has always been part of this world and even more in dire times. The addition of this new religious group just gives another point of view to the whole situation. Doubts are there making us think and making us question our beliefs which I really enjoyed.

Fi and her friends have a lot to deal with in this new instalment of the series; some they expected and others... well that weren't expected. Dealing with those will require for them to rethink a lot of things and it gives the book a new perspective.

I'm really looking forward to read the final instalment of this trilogy. I'm looking forward to see how it will end.
Mmsa
"Seeds of War" picks up seemlessly where "Eden's Root" left off. It's a perfectly natural evolution of the story. Though this is only Rachel Fisher's second book, it is masterfully done. Nothing about it seems artificial or contrived.

Ms Fisher begins the story of reconnection of the scattered remnants of humanity and she does not paint an unrealistic, smooth, and rosy picture. No, the process is full of the bumps, ups and downs, and conflicts that you would find in any human endeavor. It feels real.

I won't chronicle the continuing adventures of Fi, Asher, and Sean. That you can find out when you read it. Prepare yourself for a suspenseful and wonderful journey.