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Publisher's Summary

A compilation of Scavenger 1-3 (Red Sands, Blue Dawn, and Twin Suns).
In the future, sand divers search the depths for the lost city of Danvar and the truth behind their bleak existence. Divemaster Rush hasn't dived since he lost his infant. A job offer turns from an escape to a trap, and the lure of a hardened heart to survive like anyone else would. One dive leads to another. Farther and farther from the surface, death and evolution change his world. He'll have to change, too, or watch his wife rise without him.
Inspired by Hugh Howey's world of Sand, and written and sold with his permission, Scavenger: Evolution takes the landscape of Dunes and throws in the pacing and thrills of Alien.
©2015 Timothy C. Ward (P)2015 Timothy C. Ward
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4 out of 5 stars
By Natalie @ ABookLoversLife on 01-15-16

Intriguing world!

I tend to stay away from most fan fiction stories because I've found that they just aren't that good! Not so with this book, it's based on a very popular series and author and I have to say that it's well worth the read.

The world building in this was awesome and intriguing. I love the idea of the sand divers and their suits. It was interesting and unique.

The characters are all well written and developed. I loved Rush. He has spent the last few years in a fog as such. Every since the death of his son, he neglects his wife and doesn't care for anything. My heart went out to him but I'm so happy he had a second chance on living.

The plot is well thought out and delivered. I wasn't sure what to expect going into it, but I didn't expect to like it as much as I did. I loved the world and can't wait to dive back into the word the author created.

Overall, a thoroughly enjoyable read. I look forward to more from this author.

*I received a copy of this for review. This in no way affects my thoughts.*

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4 out of 5 stars
By Michelle @ In Libris Veritas on 11-12-16

Fantastic Sci-Fi!

Evolution is a sci-fi thrill ride set in Hugh Howey’s Sand! I haven’t read Sand but now I really really want to, and if you haven’t read it then don’t let it deter you from trying this one out because it’s a great standalone listen!

Rush is a man stuck in a dust covered world where any weaknesses can be carved out of a person, and that’s exactly what has happened. At the beginning of this novel Rush is in the midst of living a hollow life, devoid of his now dead son and the wife he left behind, and he’s forced to put himself back into the equation when a man offers him a job that changes everything. I liked Rush. He’s definitely got some jagged edges to him, but under that hardened exterior is a man in mourning. I really liked his overall development and they way he handles the tough situations that they all find themselves in. He has a sort of gritty edge to him that makes him a damn fine character to follow, but it’s his heart and determination that really start shining though especially in the second half.

The world itself is pretty cool as well…well as cool as a world covered in sand can be. It’s definitely a desolate place, but I like seeing how characters handle living in places where living isn’t exactly the best thing to do. The plot moves rather quickly once Rush makes his decision in the beginning chapters, and barely slows down at all. Instead it moves from one problem to the next, not giving you nor the characters a true chance to catch their breaths.

David Robison does an excellent job of telling the story and has the perfect voice for it. He has this sort of gravelly gruffness, that captures the feel of the entire story and quite a lot of the characters with little to no effort. The only issue i had was there were a few instances where I lost track of who was talking because a few of the voices were similar.

If you are looking for a sci-fi adventure with a ton of action, twists, and grit then I’d definitely recommend Evolution. It’s a quick listen that will leave you craving even more when it’s over.

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