Sky1 Post-Apocalyptic Thriller #Review

March 06, 2014

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.



I love to read, finding the time to actually read is a different story, but I did find time to read Sky1 - Foundation, by William Amerman
This book is definitely full of action and mystery. It takes you into the future with Nick Burke, about 700 years into the future. Nick has been given 389 square feet of living space by the government. A disease spreads very quickly when people are packed so tightly together. Quarantines are imposed to try to contain the spread of the infections. But then rumors start, rumors about the quarantines not being lifted. 
Nick and his family get quarantined and breaks out. When he does he finds another group to join. Nick does alot of questioning on whether or not he can trust anyone else. As you read you follow Nick and his family, as well as others who are trying to escape the infected areas. They are trying to steer clear of disease and trouble. 

The book gives great detail and you can visualize the areas as they are. Set in the future people are building up and the higher up you are, the better quality of life it seems you have.

*700 hundred years ago, a city walled itself off from the rest of the world. Decades after first containment, the city expanded upwards, becoming a world unto itself. The population of this city world has now boomed to over 80 million people, but the history of why the world was built and what lies outside has been lost to the citizens. Eventually, the series will deal with how the world was built, what (and who) lives outside the containment walls and what the environment changes are about to bring a very nasty surprise. Even though it is set in the future, the first book is intnded to be a straight forward thriller, a page turner that allows you to follow along with the rest of the series.* 


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