Risen

Risen Nearly Two Years After Surviving The Incident On Ptaal, The Unique Psychic Abilities Of Harp Hess And His Dolphin Companion Sia Have Captured The Attention Of The Ninth Democracy Isolated From His Mother And Trained At A Secret Facility To Battle The Alien Threat Of The Viciss, Harp Is Reluctantly On Route To His First Real Battle But An Ambush Leaves Harp And Sia Stranded, In The Company Of A Ragtag Militia Desperate To Save A Doomed Planet As Harp Struggles To Form An Uneasy Alliance, Sia Realizes This Time, Their Greatest Enemy May Come From Within

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  • ebook
  • 94 pages
  • Risen
  • Laura Jennings
  • English
  • 14 April 2019

15 thoughts on “Risen

  1. says:

    Things are growing deeper The Viciss are after Harp.Very much enjoyed this second book Nice growth in the world and the risen FULL REVIEW Harp and Sia are on the ship Arkos, taken away from his mother by the Ninth Democracy to be trained and tested The Viciss are becoming aggressive, attacking the ships Harp is on They know Harp is there and he s the biggest threat to them, before the Risen species Once again Harps ship is attacked, but he s already on his way out in an escape pod, as he feels a prisoner here He s heading toward an unifested planet they recently passed, however the Viciss are all around and Harp s pod is pulled off path to Kaimana a planet that is to have no human life and the Viciss nesting Harp finds there are humans that are left, and Risen.Sia s and Harp s relationship has grown They both need each other to accomplish things they come across Sia also is Harp s guardian against a Viciss Onesong attack, to help keep his mind stable But their friendship will be put to the tests they would not have thought would come Sia will have to face that another Risen can help Harp, and it s okay to have support Sia can t do it all alone and there will be times when her and Harp are separated A good growing lesson for both on this world.I feel Laura s writing has improved from the first book to this one I seem to have a better understanding of the Highsong of the Risen It s easily explained here and we see it in action once again Actually, we learn there are different songs that can be sung It s neat to see the variety of Highsong between the Risen species depending on the water mammal using it.Harp has warned those that he finds on this planet what he is capable of, but they don t believe a young blind boy There is trouble brewing with the Viciss and one that will betray them all Maybe Harp can help them, but who does he trust Things are growing deeper in this world The Viciss are aware of Harp now and after him Nice growth in the world and the Risen.Very much enjoyed this second book The ending is complete, but I feel there is to come The war with the Viciss is not over, and now that they are aware of Harp and his ability, it s just starting for Harp I look forward to reading of Harp and his aquatic mammal support.

  2. says:

    I enjoyed Jennings first installment in this novella series of psychic dolphins and infested planets despite some rocky ground in terms of character development and clarity It was creative, engaging and clever but lacked a vital push Risen is that push Where Highsong edges forward, Risen stalks in confidence It has it s teeth aimed at your throat You will feel it herding you toward sinister darkness.We return to Harp, the blind psychic, and Sia, his striped dolphin mediator, thrust into fight or flight Marooned, betrayed, held captive, choice stripped and then taken back a lot happens in this little book Several scenes will probably stick with you throughout the day, or even several days, with Harp s backstory the most striking, and profoundly haunting, passage The characters and their relationships take no backseats as they did in the previous book.While leaps better than the already enjoyable Highsong, Risen has room for improvement Some scenes are cloudy, notably the very beginning and several battles, and others are rushed, such as the villainous declaration at the climax Overall, however, it shows incredible promise Where Sia sings I will follow.

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