Review of Satellite: Satellite Trilogy Part 1 by Lee Davidson
This book is written for a young adult and has all the elements to make it interesting. ChennaiFocus thought it is more appropriate to have this book reviewed by a young adult. This review on the book is by a young adult Aeldra Brown.
I enjoyed Satellite: Satellite trilogy very much. This book, Part 1, is the story of a dead man, Grant Bradley who is still not able to digest the fact that he is in a place called Progression aka After death world, far away from his fiancée Tatum Jacoby. He is perplexed to learn that he is chosen before his birth by the scheduler to become a Satellite, whose job is to take care of a person living on earth and save them from the wrath of their own decisions.
Amazon Launches Kindle Store and Offers Opportunity for Indian Authors to Reach Out Internationally
Book buffs around the country ought to be a happy lot right now. Amazon has launched its popular Kindle store in India. Now, readers can swap rupees for reads, as international bestsellers, classics and works by Indian and independent authors are a click and download away. Also, fledgling writers will now have access to Kindle Direct Publishing to showcase their work and find interested parties.