Amethyst Eyes: The Legend Comes to Life

Amethyst Eyes The Legend Comes to Life Three years after his arrival onboard Tommy begins Specific Training to assume his place in his father s society The transition to adulthood laden with unexplored emotions and overwhelming responsib

  • Title: Amethyst Eyes: The Legend Comes to Life
  • Author: Debbie Brown
  • ISBN: 9780692304556
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
  • Three years after his arrival onboard, Tommy begins Specific Training to assume his place in his father s society The transition to adulthood, laden with unexplored emotions and overwhelming responsibilities, have made this unstoppable change too much to handle Tommy wants to go back home, to Earth, to a way of life he d been forced to leave behind An unforeseen attackThree years after his arrival onboard, Tommy begins Specific Training to assume his place in his father s society The transition to adulthood, laden with unexplored emotions and overwhelming responsibilities, have made this unstoppable change too much to handle Tommy wants to go back home, to Earth, to a way of life he d been forced to leave behind An unforeseen attack on his father, a disaster on Earth, and the added weight of responsibility take their toll on the young man, who suddenly finds himself struggling to save the ones he loves.

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    1. Synopsis- Tommy has been living with his father on the Phoenix for three years now, and is starting his cadet training. The Phoenix is an interplanetary vessel that helps worlds in danger of natural extinction and helps colonize other planets. When a new botanist named Fardoc destroys the arboretum where they contain plant life, and injures Tommy as well, something is awry. But then other things happen that make it seems that there is a plot to undo the Phoenix’s work. Things like Tommy’s fa [...]

    2. The second book of [Amethyst Eyes] by [Debbie Brown] continues the story of Tommy as he comes to terms with who he is. The story picks up three years after the first ended. I liked how the events on Earth that were considered critical could truly be identified as the Japanese Tsunami. I do not know if there will be another books since this one came to a resolution but as we all know one resolution always leads to a new story.

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