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What if suddenly you could no longer see the sun? Or the stars? What if the world sank into darkness?

Off the coast of Sulawesi, an Indonesian fisherman named Putra Buring Bule nets a strange object from the depths. A few days later, Earth falls into total darkness – an unknown phenomenon blocks out the sun and the starry sky, and the world descends into chaos.

In the midst of a collapsing civilization, CIA agent Rodea Stone is sent to Sulawesi to retrieve Putra’s puzzling find, and gets caught up in a truth that strains the limits of her imagination. Meanwhile, Montgomery Reed, a physicist at the LIGO gravitational wave observatory, is desperately trying to contact the NASA team on Unity Moon Base, who might well hold Earth’s only hope in their hands.

The Wall: Eternal Night depicts a fateful event that changes Earth and all its inhabitants forever. But there are two sides to every fate. In The Wall: Eternal Day by Brandon Q. Morris, you will learn about the other side....

©2021 Joshua T. Calvert (P)2021 Podium Audio

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  • Agent January
  • 27-12-21

What just happened?

No seriously what happened? This book tied up zero loose ends. Do I need to read the second book to find out what happened?

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  • Jeff
  • 29-12-21

solid scifi book

narrator is good, butchers accents tho, all swedes germans and south americans sound indian and the two specifically stated different enish dialects both sound like Johnny Rotten. aside from that the story is very original and well tbought out, some underdevopement of characters leaves you not caring when they are in danger or disposed of but overall worth your time if u have a shift to get tbrough hanging tags at a grocery store all night.

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  • Matthew
  • 18-01-22

Interesting concept, well delivered.

A solid start to an exciting series. Jonathan Davis is quickly becoming one of my favorite performers, and when coupled with solid characters, dialogue, and plot arc from Calvert, it merits high consideration. In addition, the concept of 2 different authors writing opposite sides of a complex story is fascinating and well worth the credits. It is highly recommended!