When the Sun Blinked

Part 1 - Search for the Truth

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This story was refreshingly different from many in this genre and took place near South Africa which was also a good change.

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  • Language ▸ English
  • Pages ▸ 534 Page
  • Editions ▸ eBook, Paperback
  • ISBN ▸ 1794021205
  • Amazon ASIN ▸ B076M15479
  • Published ▸ October 19, 2017

Book description :

A routine flight from New York to Cape Town becomes anything but when it is caught in a suspected massive solar event and crashes, leaving a handful of survivors. These survivors are left dealing with the aftermath of the crash. As they struggle to come to terms with what has happened and the devastating consequences of the event, they have to find the answers to what will alter their lives forever.
The journey towards understanding is both more and worse than any of them could have foreseen.

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I have just read both books (parts 1 and 2) and I found them very enjoyable. There are edge of your seat moments, sad moments, happy moments and I honestly found it hard to put them down at times. They also give the reader an interesting South African experience - so a bit exotic, if you like. I think they're extremely good considering that this is a first-time author, and I am definitely reserving a copy of the third one

-- Joy RS

More about the author:

I was born in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1951. I spent my early years in Linbro Park, a suburb of Johannesburg, on a small holding of peach trees, asparagus and rhubarb, exploring the long disused next-door cemetery, avoiding snakes and grandpa's beady eyes. (And they were eyes that missed nothing). From there the family relocated to a farm in Chingola, Northern Rhodesia (later Zambia). Given the farm was carved out of virgin forest, it was back to avoiding snakes and other denizens of the thick bush - but all good learning curves. From Zambia the family relocated to Rhodesia (later Zimbabwe) and from there I attended university in South Africa. Somehow it seemed that all of my school years were spent at isolated boarding schools, buried deep in the bush in both Northern Rhodesia and Rhodesia, which may account for a lot of my quirks. After the bush war, when Rhodesia became Zimbabwe, I emigrated back to South Africa where I now live in Cape Town.