Surviving Sanctuary
P.J.O'Brien
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Mar 22, 2019 - 16:42 PM By P.J.O'Brien

On a spring evening in 1982, a thousand people are killed in Sanctuary, a country founded by genocide survivors and devoted to pacifism Shock and grief cause deep seated tensions to erupt, especially after an official pronouncement that the deaths are the result of a mass suicide pact by an unpopular rural sect As the few remaining members of the sect go into hiding to pOn a spring evening in 1982, a thousand people are killed in Sanctuary, a country founded by genocide survivors and devoted to pacifism Shock and grief cause deep seated tensions to erupt, especially after an official pronouncement that the deaths are the result of a mass suicide pact by an unpopular rural sect As the few remaining members of the sect go into hiding to protect themselves, six people are thrown together by chance and competing romantic interest United by a belief in the victims innocence, they risk lives and reputations to defend the survivors and discover the truth.Decades later, Brian, a congenial and underemployed American, goes to Sanctuary to look for Jenny, the sister of a former girlfriend who disappeared while visiting there As he looks for clues and tries not to marry anyone accidentally, he learns that he may also be a target To determine why, and whether his guards are there to protect him or kill him, he must find out what really happened in 1982 Author s note for those with Kindles, a mobi edition is available at the Smashwords site An epub can be downloaded from most every place, including a sample here at.
  • Title: Surviving Sanctuary
  • Author: P.J.O'Brien
  • ISBN: 9781257001323
  • Page: 291
  • Format: ebook

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Richard Mar 22, 2019 - 16:42 PM
The book's descriptive blurb tells the basics of the plot, so I won't recapitulate that here. This is a monumental work with about 180 named characters, and it weighs in at nearly 490,000 words. That's a little shorter than Les Misérables, but much longer than Anna Karenina. And it feels to me more relevant to modern times in the USA than the work of either Hugo or Tolstoy. You probably will never find another new novel of this quality and philosophical depth being sold for two dollars.It's mor [...]
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R.F.G. Cameron Mar 22, 2019 - 16:42 PM
If you're looking for a fluff-filled read to open and finish in one afternoon, keep looking. If you're looking for a book that will have you wondering 'what next' as well as thinking about the characters involved, then "Surviving Sanctuary" is a very good choice.If Sanctuary were an actual country and I had the ability, I'd visit just to walk where I could.
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Sally Wragg Mar 22, 2019 - 16:42 PM
This is the first of a quartet of books concerning the fictional land of Sanctuary, a country with its own protocol, language and customs, dedicated to the ideals of fairness and peace. It's divided into two distinct narratives, given in alternative chapters and the world the author creates is examined in great detail and is plausible throughout. We may not live in Sanctuary but we can identify with it and also with the solutions it finds to deal with its problems. Along the way, all kinds of ph [...]
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Faerie Godreader Mar 22, 2019 - 16:42 PM
Surviving Sanctuary, which begins a series of four books, is at heart an exploration of what propels us to love, to hate, to forgive, and to murder. At turns a mystery, a fantasy, a story of friendship, and a very offbeat rom-com (a love quadrangle, anyone?), it hits upon almost everything that could cause controversy. Fortunately, it’s done in a way that’s balanced, reasonably fair, unpartisan, and even humorous.Set in a fictional country, but otherwise in the here and now, issues that gene [...]
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Surviving Sanctuary By P.J.O'Brien On a spring evening in 1982, a thousand people are killed in Sanctuary, a country founded by genocide survivors and devoted to pacifism Shock and grief cause deep seated tensions to erupt, especially after an official pronouncement that the deaths are the result of a mass suicide pact by an unpopular rural sect As the few remaining members of the sect go into hiding to pOn a spring evening in 1982, a thousand people are killed in Sanctuary, a country founded by genocide survivors and devoted to pacifism Shock and grief cause deep seated tensions to erupt, especially after an official pronouncement that the deaths are the result of a mass suicide pact by an unpopular rural sect As the few remaining members of the sect go into hiding to protect themselves, six people are thrown together by chance and competing romantic interest United by a belief in the victims innocence, they risk lives and reputations to defend the survivors and discover the truth.Decades later, Brian, a congenial and underemployed American, goes to Sanctuary to look for Jenny, the sister of a former girlfriend who disappeared while visiting there As he looks for clues and tries not to marry anyone accidentally, he learns that he may also be a target To determine why, and whether his guards are there to protect him or kill him, he must find out what really happened in 1982 Author s note for those with Kindles, a mobi edition is available at the Smashwords site An epub can be downloaded from most every place, including a sample here at.

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