Sky2 – Detritus Machine: Post-Apocalyptic Thriller

resize_336ad367e6daab72b36257003b43b57c6aafcbfd5d57057e5c5ffaa4ef28915da4ce6227256256Today’s Say So is for Sky2 – Detritus Machine: Post-Apocalyptic Thriller BY William Amerman


Science Fiction is my love of books. How I got sucked into the world of reading. This story is a great book. This is the story of Nick and Anna. This may be the 2nd book but since it starts 10 years before the 1st it was better for me that I read this one first. I am an avid reader and I love to read before I go to bed. Well I couldn’t stop reading it. Yes 3″10 am came around and I was almost done and thought well its already 3 anyways might as well finish it. I cannot wait to get to the next book. Which from what I gather would be book 3 in the series chronologically.


**Disclosure: I received this product for free, almost free or as a gift in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.

This is only mine and my family’s opinions. I will only suggest products I personally would use.**


I give it  Blue starBlue starBlue starBlue starBlue starWiggles.  Thanks for reading my review today. If you’ve read this before let me know what you think.

Have a good day and DON’T FORGET TO…KEEP ON WIGGLING!!



The Sky series continues. 

Ten years before the events of Sky1, Nick embarks on the assignment of a lifetime, descending deep within the World to Ground 42, the city of Muldoin. In this city, personal space is shockingly restricted and scarcity governs all aspects of life. 

Nick’s job is to investigate recent government policies that are more brutal than any the world has seen. Then, people start showing up. People who don’t belong there. Men who wish only to perpetrate violence on the repressed population. A woman searches for a life without killing while the city aches for release, shuddering with anticipation of open rebellion. 

This is the legend of Muldoin, the story of Nick and Anna. 
* * * 
Seven hundred years ago, a city walled itself off from the rest of earth’s inhabitants. Decades after first containment, this city named Nieuwe Aarde expanded upward, becoming a world unto itself. The population of this city-world has boomed to over eighty million people, but the history of why the world was built and what lies in the exo-world has been lost. This world is Nick’s world. 


Welcome to Book 2 of the Sky series. 

What happens when a subset of the human race splinters from the rest of us, sealing themselves off for over one hundred and twenty generations? Who thrives? Who suffers? With such limited space and resources, how is peace maintained? Can it be maintained? Why do the people of higher Grounds live in luxury compared to the packed masses of the lower Grounds? 

The next five books (three written and two to come) in the Sky series tell the story of Nicholas Burke, a journalist from Ground 134. His world is changing, both inside and outside the walls of N. Aarde. Detected by only a few people, the air in the exo-world is cooling. Water levels are receding, uncovering artifacts of a civilization ruined hundreds of years ago. And perhaps most troubling of all, centuries of isolation is about to come to an end. One whispered word, spoken through trembling lips, alerts the new chairmen of the World Defense Committee: Contact! 

Note: the chronological storyline order is Sky2, Sky3, Sky1. Sky4 (out this summer) will pick up the story from Sky1.


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