The Sowing


      The Sowing
This time, there are no choices.Lucian Lucky Spark leads a double life By day, he trains to become one of the Establishment elite At night, he sabotages his oppressors from within, seeking to avenge the murder of his love, Digory Tycho, and rescue his imprisoned brother.But when he embarks on a risky plot to assassinate members of the Establishment hierarchy, Lucky is thrust into the war between the Establishment and the rebellion, where the lines between friend and foe are blurred beyond recognition His only chance for survival lies in facing the secrets of the Sowing, a mystery rooted in the ashes of the apocalyptic past that threatens to destroy Lucky s last hope for the future. New Read [ The Sowing ] By [ Steven dos Santos ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Steven dos Santos is author of THE TORCH KEEPER novels, a Young Adult Post Apocalyptic series Book One, THE CULLING, was released by FLUX Books in March of 2013, and named an American Library Association 2014 Rainbow List Top Ten Selection Book Two, THE SOWING, was released on March 8, 2014 Steven is currently finalizing Book 3 of The Torch Keeper series, THE RAISING His new novel, DAGGER, a Young Adult Paranormal Espionage Adventure, was released by Evernight Teen in September 2015 Steven is a Team Member of We Need Diverse Books and is represented by literary agent, Ginger Knowlton of Curtis Brown, Ltd Steven studied Motion Picture production at University of Miami and graduated from Florida International University with a B.S Degree from the School of Journalism and Mass Communications Television Broadcasting program He is a passionate advocate of LGBT rights To learnabout Steven, visit his website www.stevendossantos.com.You can also connect with him on Facebook www.facebook.com stevendossantosauthor Twitter www.twitter.com stevendossantos, www.twitter.com thetorchkeeper and Tumblr.You can also add Steven s books to your Goodreads reading list here

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  • Paperback
  • 432 pages
  • The Sowing
  • Steven dos Santos
  • English
  • 24 February 2017
  • 073873540X

10 thoughts on “ The Sowing

  1. says:

    I LOVE THIS BOOK WAY TOO MUCH OHMY GOODNESS serious review hopefully soon3 review added, check it out below ____________________________________hello, i love this book, and therefore i will follow the same format I reviewed on my last review on my old account i love it so much pls read it.____________________________________Basically me after reading the predecessor to The Sowing, The Culling If you haven t already read this book, please, please, please go read it It makes most sen I LOVE THIS BOOK WAY TOO MUCH OHMY GOODNESS serious review hopefully soon3 review added, check it out below ____________________________________hello, i love this book, and therefore i will follow the same format I reviewed on my last review on my old account i love it so much pls read it.____________________________________Basically me after reading the predecessor to The Sowing, The Culling If you haven t already read this book, please, please, please go read it It makes most sense for you to read book one before book two, after all Everyone an their mom knows how much I love The Culling, but need you be reminded, you can check my review for that here Alright, onto the good stuff.First ThoughtsThe Sowing, like its previous, is an LGBT dystopian book compared many times to the mother of modern dystopian books, The Hunger Games Now if the words Hunger Games with gay characters catches your eyes, then ...

  2. says:

    Last year, I enjoyed THE CULLING, a brutal dystopian about Lucian Lucky Spark surviving the worst job application process ever in the wake of a bitter betrayal When THE SOWING opens, he is quietly rebelling against the government using his power as an insider But when things go inevitably awry, he s right back where he used to be except this time, he has to rely on others to save him People who have no reason to want him alive.THE SOWING cemented my love of The Torch Keeper series I thou Last year, I enjoyed THE CULLING, a brutal dystopian about Lucian Lucky Spark surviving the worst job application process ever in the wake of a bitter betrayal When THE SOWING opens, he is quietly rebelling against the government using his power as an insider But when things go inevitably awry, he s right back where he used to be except this time, he has to rely on others to save him People who have no reason to want him alive.THE SOWING cemented my love of The Torch Keeper series I thought THE CULLING was well paced and well developed, but I was put off by the extreme violence and other bad things THE SOWING is no less brutal, but it s just the teeniest bitoptimistic Plus, it isn t a mere retread of the first, as the setup seems to promise It takes a turn and then never stops turning, revealing so much about Lucky s world that neither he nor I ever contempl...

  3. says:

    oooh I LOVE THE COVER PS Please tell me Digory is not dead

  4. says:

    2nd time reading this and already on page 224 So awesome

  5. says:

    Posted at THE OFFICIAL TORCHKEEPER FORUMShttp chaosreads.com topic 7792 the Five Star book reviews are not something I give out often because 5 star books really need to WOW the hell out of me and have me going through all sorts of emotions as I read the book The Culling managed to do that.I was worried about the Sequel Sequels have a hard task.If a series starts of mediocre but is decent, the sequel canor less make the series betterHowever, if a series starts off with nea Posted at THE OFFICIAL TORCHKEEPER FORUMShttp chaosreads.com topic 7792 the Five Star book reviews are not something I give out often because 5 star books really need to WOW the hell out of me and have me going through all sorts of emotions as I read the book The Culling managed to do that.I was worried about the Sequel Sequels have a hard task.If a series starts of mediocre but is decent, the sequel canor less make the series betterHowever, if a series starts off with near perfection, the sequels need to continue that while building their own identit...

  6. says:

    This is the second installment of The Torch Keeper trilogy, the first being The Culling I have read practically every YA dystopian novel that has hit the shelves in the past few years the quality varies, but this series is up there on the top of my list Post apocalyptic dystopias are the trend of the moment, and a lot of them are very similar to one another You can tell when an author is just jumping on the proverbial bandwagon hoping to make a buck They add some generic oppressive governme This is the second installment of The Torch Keeper trilogy, the first being The Culling I have read practically every YA dystopian novel that has hit the shelves in the past few years the quality varies, but this series is up there on the top of my list Post apocalyptic dystopias are the trend of the moment, and a lot of them are very similar ...

  7. says:

    I honestly wish I could give this bookstars It s not unusual for me to prefer the second book in a trilogy, mostly because the cute couples are established so it s cuter, and they areexciting in general in my opinion, but I was not expecting to like The Sowing as much as I did I mean don t get me wrong I expecte...

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    I wasn t sure how Steven was going to be able to write a sequel to The Culling and have it live up to the heart stopping action of the first one The Sowing definitely accomplishes that goal AndThe Sowing picks up where we left off, with the hero of the story, Lucky Spark now working as one of the Establishment s ...

  9. says:

    Lemme learn y all about my dude Cassius I spent the first book hating his guts I mean, why the hell not He was disrespectful, possessive, sociopathic, remorseless, and practically every other characteristic normally reserved for antagonists who have a romantic history with the protagonists It wasn t that difficult to hate his guts, hate the way he conned Lucian, hate the way he stole the one person Lucian would do anything for As I read through The Culling, I had fun imagining their strug Lemme learn y all about my dude Cassius I spent the first book hating his guts I mean, why the hell not He was disrespectful, possessive, sociopathic, remorseless, and practically every other characteristic normally reserved for antagonists who have a romantic history with the protagonists It wasn t that difficult to hate his guts, hate the way he conned Lucian, hate the way he stole the one person Lucian would do anything for As I read through The Culling, I had fun imagining their struggle against one another as some kind of age old queer epic of past loves creating future tragedies Of course, in the actual narrative, it s a post apocalyptic dystopia, but that still didn t make it any less of an epic albeit unfinished, as we have yet to see how it concludes As expected, the first book presents a detailed map of the kind of hero most audiences can only hope for queer, ...

  10. says:

    Holy Freaking Cow Batman This book was so effin great I am not even sure where to start because yeah, I loved it that much So part of this review will just be my thoughts as a reader because I just feel like I need to say some things, and other parts will be directed towards the actual book So take a deep breath and here we GO The Sowing picks up after the imp training comes to an end and Lucky is about to move onto the next round of life Of course, the insurrection is trying to take over Holy Freaking Cow Batman This book was so effin great I am not even sure where to start because yeah, I loved it that much So part of this review will just be my thoughts as a reader because I just feel like I need to say some things, and other parts will be directed towards the actual book So take a deep breath and here we GO The Sowing picks up after the imp training comes to an end and Lucky is about to move onto the next round of life Of course, the insurrection is trying to take over and push the Establishment out of office and who do they get to help execute this plan The Torch Keeper himself.I felt like the plot was top notch I was really worried that I wouldn t love this book as much as I loved The Culling because my expectations were so high after such a bang for the start At about 25% of the book I realized I needed to put that thought out of my mind because this book had me swept up into it.Once aga...

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