Embers In The Sea by Jennifer M. EatonEmbers In The Sea by Jennifer M. Eaton

Embers In The Sea

byJennifer M. Eaton

Paperback | January 31, 2017

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Alien scientist David has dealt with disappointment his entire life, but failing to breathe life into the planet Mars is his greatest regret. Out of options and in need of a new home for their people, the alien Caretakers rekindle their plan to inhabit Earth. First they will have to eliminate the human race, including Jess, the only human David holds dear.

Humanity has one final chance at survival. David needs to emulate Earth’s precipitation on Mars. But the catalyst to make it rain lies in the fathomless depths of Earth’s ocean.

The clock is ticking down to humanity’s last hours as Jess and David face a world more alien than either of them can imagine. The sea hides secrets, but some secrets don’t want to be found.

Embers in the Sea is part one of the heart-stopping conclusion to Jennifer M. Eaton’s high-action "Fire in the Woods" series.
Jennifer M. Eaton is a contemporary writer who blends science fiction, dystopian, and romance. She is the author of Ashes in the Sky and Fire in the Woods. She lives in Millville, New Jersey.
Title:Embers In The SeaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:331 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.7 inPublished:January 31, 2017Publisher:Month9Books, LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1945107820

ISBN - 13:9781945107825


Rated 3 out of 5 by from Embers in the Sea (Fire in the Woods #3) by Jennifer M. Eaton First off, this is the third book in a series by Jennifer M. Eaton. If you haven't read the first two – and you really should – check them out using the covers below! Needless to say, this review will have spoilers for the first two. Consider yourself warned. What I love most about Eaton's work is her ability to blend science and romance. I like science fiction, but I don't often read it because I'm a bit of a romance junkie. I need that longing, that chemistry, to keep me emotionally connected to the story, not just intellectually hooked. David and Jess definitely have that chemistry. I only have two issues with this book. First, that ending. Whyyyy? Second, there were parts that moved maybe too fast, and I got confused with the action. I had to reread some bits a couple of times, and would eventually keep going, hoping that what I'd missed would be explained better later.
Date published: 2017-07-15