Splintered Energy California A widower s twelve year old son is rather young to bring home a woman especially a collapsed green beauty too frightened to open her eyes Arizona A divorcee blinks hard but the gorgeous r

  • Title: Splintered Energy
  • Author: Arlene Webb
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • California A widower s twelve year old son is rather young to bring home a woman, especially a collapsed green beauty too frightened to open her eyes.Arizona A divorcee blinks hard, but the gorgeous red guy stepping in front of her car is still red hello, ditch When she comes around, she wonders which layer of hell she s fallen into.Ohio A teen also fears he s dealingCalifornia A widower s twelve year old son is rather young to bring home a woman, especially a collapsed green beauty too frightened to open her eyes.Arizona A divorcee blinks hard, but the gorgeous red guy stepping in front of her car is still red hello, ditch When she comes around, she wonders which layer of hell she s fallen into.Ohio A teen also fears he s dealing with the demonic, but no matter how dangerous things become, he s determined to stand by a man with inhumanly blue eyes.No question, their lives will never be the same again.Dawn breaks literally Energy sparks across the horizon, power grids go down, and the journey to understanding what, where, and why begins Energy splinters and a few hapless humans fall dead A moment later, hearts regain their beat and the confused aliens witness their first sunrise through the eyes of the deceased Sentient beings can t recall a past, other than a blissful haven Nor do they have memories from the host whose body they unwittingly hijacked Only one learns to hide his unique skin color, and he assumes the identity of the victim, Malcolm James Malcolm learns of escalating violence through news clips The cohorts he s able to locate vibrant personalities with enhanced predatory skills are breaking every law there is He has a goal return to wherever it is he belongs But he can t do that alone, and is forced to shoulder the burden of reunification, despite his fear those who cross paths with color, himself included, may become permanently scarred or worse, killed This reluctant leader has no doubt living light does not belong on Earth.

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    1. Written as a “The Review Group” Review Volunteer, see thereview2014Splintered Energy is a first contact book, set in contemporary America. For this, Ms. Webb has chosen to have the aliens come to Earth, rather than get involved in our own space travel. This first contact does not appear to have been deliberately sought out. Rather, it seems to be an unintentional fallout from an event which, at the end of the book, is still veiled in obscurity. The aliens themselves have no memory of it, and [...]

    2. Sci-Fi, Suspense, and Romance in One Action-Packed NovelNote: It's the first in the series and it's not a standalone book.Is color a construct of the human brain? Does color help humans make sense of a chaotic world? Does it help people have shared frames of reference? In Splintered Energy, is color more than just a word? Do colors transcend the human experience or define it?As color takes unexpected tangents on Earth, people struggle to understand and cope with the changing world. Could the col [...]

    3. I wasn't expecting such an excellent novel when I downloaded this. The writing flowed and dragged me along on a puzzling and exciting trip. I've never read anything like it. Arlene Webb has woven a fantastic tale of emotions drawn out of colours and the random bodies they inhabit. I became totally engrossed and couldn't wait to read the nest section. Close to the end, I couldn't see how it would end. I must admit to disappointment that further reading would be needed to sort everything out. Easy [...]

    4. I haven't been so sucked into a story in quite a while!!! I'm all in!! This is great! It's Earth-based science fiction with believable and endearing characters. The "aliens" are pure color/energy who are bewildered to find themselves in physical bodies on our world. They, somehow, landed in human bodies and took on some of the personality traits -good and bad - of the humans they displaced. They're lost, confused, incredibly powerful, and just want to go home. I'm going to buy the rest of the bo [...]

    5. Splintered Energy by Arlene Webb is a sci-fi novel. It is action-adventure with a hint of romance and oh so much more. I was fascinated with this book right from the start. There is a lot going on but the author does a great job with the flow of the story so I wasn't confusedat much. My confusion doesn't reflect badly on the book. I am use to reading fluffy romances so it was a nice change of pace to read such a complex story. The whole concept of the spectrum of colors was interesting and well [...]

    6. I'm 60% done with Splintered Energy: The book reminds me of China Mievelle in that the author is building a whole new world-picture. Not as fully built as China's worlds, but nevertheless just as strange. I'm enjoying the story - and enjoy that it's not laid out in perfect pieces end-to-end to understand, but instead some thinking is required. I'm already looking forward to sequels.

    7. We all know you shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover. Yet, that’s exactly why I bought this book—the cover completely captivated and intrigued me. Then I started reading and Arlene Webb’s amazing imagination and way cool characters took over. The moment I was done, I immediately downloaded the sequel, The R Word, and started reading.

    8. An excellent story in a very colorful world. The biggest minus with the tale is that it doesn't really end. The book ends without any closure in the story. But that is a common issue with series. I can't wait to read the next one in the series to find out what happens to the characters, both human and alien.

    9. I can't remember a book that captured my imagination more than when i started the Foundation series by Asimov. Ms. Webb's writing style just grabbed me and engulfed me into her world of colors. I just purchased the next in series looking forward to my next spectral journey. Highly recommended.

    10. 3.5/5.0Enter a world of chaos, crafted deftly by Webb, taking the wavelengths of colors and making them both a curse and blessing.Read full review in the 2014 May issue of InD’tale Magazine.

    11. Almost tempted to knock it down a star because I really think books in series should each stand alone - at least a little. Splintered Energy ended abruptly. I had no choice but to download book 2 (The R Word) as I'm hooked.

    12. I absolutely love Ms. Webb's unique voice. For a change in the usual, and something that will engage your gray matter, this book is a must.

    13. I liked this book about aliens or something else. Their reactions to our planet and people is sometimes funny and strange. There are several entities that sometimes are hard to follow, who is where with whom. This will hopefully be explained in the next books in the series. I would read another in this series to see if it is easier to understand where everyone is.

    14. Stick with it and the Rainbow will come to youSplintered Energy (The Colors Book 1) (Kindle Edition)***SPOILERS*** When you start reading this book remember three things 1} it is not a stand alone book so do not give up or toss it without finishing, it comes together, take my word for it !!2} Rainbows ahead, Yellow and Blue do not make green in this book, think of the light spectrum3} be thankful the mice won't ask to driveThat will be a huge laugh point reallyWhat this is is a story of Light be [...]

    15. Arlene Webb did a smashing job on Splintered Energy. Fascinating premise. The characters are well-drawn. The writing is excellentEVER, I hate a cliff-hanger ending for a book. I'll have to find out what happens to Malcolm, Jade, Narcci, Damon, Caream, and the humans they enchant by reading reviews or something. Maybe if I can find a super markdown on the other books, I might want to read them. Here's the problem. I only have so much time for reading, so I'm unlikely to want to jump into another [...]

    16. I’m sorry to say that this novel just wasn’t for me. There was so much going on within the story, and so many characters, that I was unable to follow the plotline enough to fully understand what was happening. There were some great descriptions, and the characters were very interesting, but I personally felt like there were a bit too many to keep track of, and as I read I became overwhelmed. Now, I’m the type of reader that likes two or maybe even three narrators/main characters, but I gen [...]

    17. First of all I want to say that the author can write! Really descriptive scenes that put me right into the world. Additonally each character was complex, full of personality, and had me rooting for them the whole way. However, I was unable to finish this book for one maine reason. There were just too many confused point-of-views. Usually that is not a problem, but the characters didn't know what was going on or where they were. therefore I, the reader, didn't know what was going on or where I wa [...]

    18. Splintered Energy is a very unique and mysterious story. Disappointingly, the answer to the big mystery isn't actually answered in this book, but the pursuit of solving the mystery is the underlying driving force for the character development and the many interesting subplots. This is a story about the journey. Overall the unique characters and interesting predicaments make this story a worthwhile read.See the in-depth review at Sift: siftreviews/2011/11/spReview by: Kevin of Sift Book ReviewsSi [...]

    19. Despite the way the book was written and certain aspects of the of it, the concept of the story was brilliant: a spectrum of colours (energy) manifesting in a human host and their attempts to find out who they are, and get back home. Unfortunately, the ending just left you hanging, with no resolution, therefore forcing you to buy the second book, which I ended up doing in order to see what happens next.

    20. Splintered Energy truly is a quite unique and fun story. Sentient light splintered and trapped in human bodies with all the turmoil of emotions makes for sometimes hilarious, sometimes heart-wrenching encounters and situations. Filled with fascinating characters, real humans and colorful rays of light, Splintered Energy is a beautifully written, fun read about human nature.

    21. This is a gorgeous book. The creature from the sea in the opening is a marvel. She raises a lot of emotions in me. I love lost, terrified souls. She was brilliantly drawn.The whole book is of lost souls really. It is epic and gorgeous in verse from start to finish. I loved this book and was moved by it. It read in my heart. It’s a rare treasure.

    22. I was drawn in by the promising hook and the action. Really enjoyed how different this book is both in premise and in the way the characters are portrayed. Reads like an action comic combined with urban fantasy.Definitely a good read!

    23. An interesting book with a great deal of character development. It was a slow start and never really got going for my tastes. The characters were interesting but their story line lacked something for me.

    24. Can't wait to read the final version! Loved it. Arlene has a unique voice that rivets readers to each page.

    25. This was an interesting concept but it just didn't deliver for me. Lots of repetitive "action" and dialogue.

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