Beyond Corista




      Beyond Corista
Those who live in lush comfort on the bright side of the small planet Corista have plundered the water resources of Shadowside for centuries, ignoring the existence of Shadowside s inhabitants, who are nothing than animals Or so the Brightsiders have been taught It will take a special young woman to expose the truth and to help avert the war that is sure to follow A course they can t choose, a warning no one will believe Oriannon and her friends Margus and Wist hurtle through space on a dangerous mission, guided by the pilot stone Their enemy, Sola, is on board as well, and Oriannon soon begins to regret rescuing the blind woman from battle As the odd crew flies from way station to way station, Oriannon delivers the warning she received from Jesmet a race called the Troikans is coming to destroy Corista At each location, Oriannon is met with the same disbelief no one has seen a Troikan in years Soon, even Oriannon begins to wonder if the threat is real Are her visits from Jesmet only a hallucination Oriannon must find the faith to race toward a destination only she can see. New Download Beyond Corista By Robert Elmer For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

Robert Elmer is a former reporter and ad copywriter who writes part time from his home in the Pacific Northwest He is the author of over fifty books, including nine contemporary novels for the adult Christian audience, two nonfiction titles, and seven series for younger readers He s also a contributor to kids versions of the popular Case for books co authored with Lee Strobel Among kids, he is best known for his Young Underground and Adventures Down Under books When he s not at the keyboard, he enjoys sailing and hiking with his wife, and spending time with their three kids plus a growing number of little grandchildren.

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  • Paperback
  • 317 pages
  • Beyond Corista
  • Robert Elmer
  • English
  • 07 February 2019
  • 0310714230

10 thoughts on “ Beyond Corista

  1. Jill Williamson says:

    Oriannon and her friends barely managed to escape the danger on Corista and are now headed to a way station Oriannon s mentor, Jesmet, has given her a mission warn the different way stations that the Troikans are coming Her friends aren t as supportive as she d like, and soon Oriannon wonders if the threat is real.This story stands alone fine apart from the trilogy In fact, it might be better if you haven t read the first two Elmer creates a fascinating space world of way stations and diffe Oriannon and her friends barely managed to escape the danger on Corista and are now headed to a way station Oriannon s mentor, Jesmet, has given her a mission warn the different way stations that the Tr...

  2. Kiersten says:

    Cliffhanger endings SUCK just for the record Definitely not the best book of the trilogy it was kind of depressing and i didn t feel like Oriannon really made any definite headway in any areas of her life except maybe partway forgiving Sola That might have been okay for a book in the middle of the series, but not the last one There were way too many loose ends left floating around to be excusable, and I don t know why the author would do that I think it was kind of a lousy and somewhat a Cliffhanger endings SUCK just for the ...

  3. C.O. Bonham says:

    This was probably the weakest of the three books The story line for Beyond Corista is basically a test of Oriannon s faith as she is shuttled to Coristia s outlying space stations called Asylums and which serve the same function as monasteries Oriannaon is tasked by Jesmet to warn these Asylums about an imminent invasion Unfortunately the ending is a large let down I feels so hurried and incomplete that I kind of think that maybe she died at the end of book two and that this is some kind o This was probably the weakest of the three books The story line for Beyond Corista is basically a test of Oriannon s faith as she is shuttled to Coristia s outlying space stations called Asylums and which serve the same function as monasteries Oriannaon is tasked by Jesmet to warn these Asylums about an imminent invasion Unfortunately the ending is a large let down I feels so hurried and incomplete ...

  4. Jessica (^_^) says:

    I liked this book It is the third in the series and I don t want to spoil it for you Good Science Fiction from a young adult author.

  5. Andy Holmes says:

    it was not a good book i did not even get past the first chapter

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