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  • 210 pages
  • Industrious
  • Michael McCloskey
  • English
  • 06 October 2017

About the Author: Michael McCloskey

I am a software engineer in Silicon Valley who dreams of otherworldly creatures, mysterious alien planets, and fantastic adventures I m also an indie author with over 111,000 paid sales.Visit

Industrious PDF Epub Industrious Author Michael McCloskey The People S Republic Of China Dominates Half The Globe, Balanced Only By The Combined Power Of The Decaying Western World As Main Players In A New Age Of Expansion, The Chinese Reach Outward To Establish Many Stations Throughout The Solar System.Sun Xinmei Is A Bold And Devious Young Graduate Of Tsinghua University In Beijing Who Becomes Intimately Embroiled In The System Wide Slave Trade As An Agent Of The Ministry Of State Security.Li Feng Is A Brave Young Man Destined To Serve As An Officer In The Divine Space Force Of The PRC As Such He S Trained To Lead Robotic Weapons As Much As The Men Who Follow Them Into Battle.Promised To Each Other, Xinmei And Feng Hope To Lead Successful Careers And Someday Cross Paths Again To Share Prosperous Lives.Though Space Itself Proves To Be A Harsh Frontier, They Discover That The Greatest Obstacles To Their Plans Are The Inhabitants Of The Space Stations That Dot The Solar System.Industrious Is The Second Book Of The Synchronicity Trilogy Its Events Are Concurrent With Events In Insidious.

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10 thoughts on “Industrious

  1. Frédéric says:

    Industrious tells the same events than Insidious but this time from the POV of the United Nations Space Force earthly antagonists the Chinese Divine Space Force.Not an uninteresting idea but this book is somewhat less good compared to the first because it suffers from two flaws First, the books are not interchangeable Without the knowledge of events in Insidious, Industrious wouldn t make much sense It gives Intel on the Spinners and that s it.I think the idea of two books that can be read in any order would have been a to the series.Second, the characters are totally flat Good PRC little soldiers Xinmei and Feng present no real personalities Their only concerns are obeying orders and succeeding their respective missions which makes them very very dull and bland.Now let s...

  2. Shelley Jones says:

    I liked this book, but not as much as the first one in this series, Insidious It was not as fast paced, and I didn t get as attached to the characters It was, however, definitely a good companion to the first book, and was still quite exciting despite being the same story told from a different point of view I have to add that there were further adventures not mentioned in the first book which were interesti...

  3. Peter says:

    Another good read The differing perspective from the first book sheds light on an entirely different sector of a universe that although mentioned we hadn t seen previously in other works Looking forward to book three.

  4. Joel Stanford says:

    Interesting take Very, very well done I don t want to give away too much, though it comes out quickly in the story Great 2nd book with a very interesting approach.

  5. Laz the Sailor says:

    This is the second in the series, and is not quite as strong or inventive as the first Thankfully the 3rd book is better.

  6. Dodie Reed says:

    I was a bit disappointed with the second book of the trilogy This was the story of Chinmei Xinmei , a character from book one This book was the of the same incidents told through her eyes.