Paradise

Paradise Jonathan Fore
  • Title: Paradise
  • Author: Jonathan Fore
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Paradise Jonathan Fore Paradise They promised her that no matter what happened they would be waiting there for her They promised that it would only be two weeks a short vacation just some time to spend together and away from the
    They promised her that no matter what happened, they would be waiting there for her They promised that it would only be two weeks, a short vacation, just some time to spend together and away from the daily demands of parenthood They promised it would be just like going to sleep, and before she knew it, it would be over These were promises they could not keep.They alwaysThey promised her that no matter what happened, they would be waiting there for her They promised that it would only be two weeks, a short vacation, just some time to spend together and away from the daily demands of parenthood They promised it would be just like going to sleep, and before she knew it, it would be over These were promises they could not keep.They always told Hope that Paradise was the place they would wait forever Paradise was where they married long before Hope was born It was the faith instilled, over and again before placing her in stasis Just a short respite, a vacation to work things out Hope was too young to understand While locked in stasis, a solar storm ravages the planet, burning the life from those exposed and bringing society to ruin Helpless in the stasis pod, Hope absorbs an educational augmentation program, not for two weeks, but for centuries, awaiting her parents return.Michigan, a young hunter in a tribe of hunter gatherers discovers Hope during a mating contest and awakens her to a world where she inhabits the body of an adult, is emotionally only seven, and the is final vessel of all humanities applied knowledge.Plagued with the unending monotone voices lecturing knowledge implanted during stasis, Hope tries to adapt to this new world, to this small tribe, themselves failing to illness, to a dwindling food supply, and the unrelenting taking of the Amabo The Amabo were once a peaceful philanthropic tribe, caring for those survivors unable to care for themselves Now they are brutal takers Their culture is one of violence, of dominance, and the collecting of their needs from others A practice, after so many generations, that has become their birthright.Hope and Michigan resolve to find Paradise, to fulfill the last promise of her parents and free themselves from a world of savage collection.
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      Jonathan Fore

    About Jonathan Fore


    1. Jonathan Fore was born in Marysville, Ohio in 1968, the third son of Dave and Judy Fore After graduating Manalapan High School in 1987, Jon enlisted in the United States Navy, serving a combat role during Desert Storm Jonathan lives in Florida with his beautiful wife Lisa, and three wonderful children, two dogs Katie aka Nutter Butter Butt and Po po , and a cat or two The cats names were withheld because cats don t really use them I mean, why would they They never come when you call them I suppose if you could spell the sound of a cat food can being opened Now Jonathan works as a full time technologist, fails as an impromptu comedian, works with inspiring writers both young and old, and is a full time biker almost always successful Jonathan is currently writing a young adult novel series called Lexicon Chase and the Kingdom of Everhope, the first title, Lexicon Chase and the Scrolls of the Harlequin was released to critical acclaim on September 25th of 2015.


    315 Comments


    1. I am the author of this book, so I really like it.

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    2. Once you turn off your inner editor, this is a wonderful book When a young woman from a high tech future manages to survive a near extinction event, she awakens in a woman s body with a mind full of computer generated knowledge, in a world very different from the one she fell asleep in as a child Sci fi, adventure, romance and are mingled in this esoteric novel that beautifully depicts the power of both a culture and individuals to overcome the way it is and see the light of what could be.

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    3. A beautiful work that explores life after the fall of modern civilization when what was left of humanity has returned to a hunter gatherer lifestyle, that is until the appearance of an ancient modern human being who awakes from the chamber where she has been frozen for generations This special yellow haired girl , having been exposed to a wealth of modern information and knowledge during her slumber through the technology of the past, leads her adoptive tribe to a new vision of civilization Ther [...]

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    4. I don t usually read sci fi but a friend recommended it and I was pleasantly surprised The concept of this book was a really good one, very fresh and unique Hope is so well developed, and the minor characters were rich and interesting The twists never detracted from my complete enjoyment of this book As a story about love, fighting for survival, and no pun intended hope even in a dystopian age, Paradise is truly a fantastic book.

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    5. What I liked about the story without trying to give too much away is that though it was sort of a dystopia kind of book it wasn t all that tragically sad The ending was very good, a little sad but still happy Um, yeah So if any questions feel free to ask.

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    6. Per Paradise is a religious term for a place in which existence is positive, harmonious and timeless It is conceptually a counter image of the supposed miseries of human civilization, and in paradise there is only peace, prosperity, and happiness Paradise is a place of contentment, but it is not necessarily a land of luxury and idleness.Paradise is often described as a higher place , the holiest place, in contrast to Hell.Paradise by Jon Fore can only be described as a thought provoking novel, b [...]

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    7. Adventure time Go, call your friends

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    8. I received this book through a First Reads Giveaway When I first started reading this book, it seemed like a cross between Clan of the Cave Bear and Idiocracy I still can t think of a better way to describe the concept setting of this book Hope is put in a containment unit that keeps her in suspended animation while her parents go on a trip however, while she is in there an apocalyptic event happens that wipes out most of the people on Earth We are then transported to Michigan person s name not [...]

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    9. Great premise, but didn t really feel things were developed Certain parts of the boom were rushed, which in my opinion were interesting to explore and certain things had a lot of time spent when I didn t think it was overly important The ending felt quite a bit rushed as well There were so many editing errors as well that distracted fem the story.

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    10. This book was not alltogether great It was what I had hoped for It was worth the read however It makes you wonder about what life may be like after civilization And that is a question I have wondered.

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    11. I loved the idea of the book than the book itself Had potential but failed to live up to it.

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