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[EPUB] ✼ Vanishing Point ✿ Michaela Roessner – Citybreakscheap.co.uk It happened one night without warning 90% of the human race disappeared without a trace There were no bodies and no clue as to where they went or whether they would ever return After years of violenceWhere they went or whether they would ever return After years of violence spawned by fear and rage an uneasy peace is restored But fanatics still rove the land trying to discover what caused the Vanishing

Vanishing Point reader ´Á michaela roessner Michaela Marie Roessner Hermann is an American science fiction writer publishing under the name Michaela Roessner Born in San Francisco Michaela Roessner was raised in successively California New York Pennsylvania Thailand and Oregon Trained as a visual artist she holds a BFA in Ceramics from the California College of Arts and Crafts and an MFA in Painting from Lone Mountain College and.

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  • Karen’s Library

    Vanishing Point reader ´Á michaela roessner Vanishing PointI've read this book numerous times and it's still just as engrossing to me as it was the first time I love how the Winchester Mystery House feels like it's another character I finally had the chance to visit the house last week which prompted me to pick this book up again to reread once I'm not sure which aspects I enjoy the most; the Post Apocalyptic storyline the sci fi element the science of the story the characters or the house itself Loved it allI just found out that this book was just released as an ebook in 2016 for the first time It was originally published in the 90's So happy to add to my ebook collection Finally My hardcopy is a bit worn out ;


  • Catherine

    Vanishing Point reader ´Á michaela roessner Vanishing PointFirst of all that book cover is terrible It screams 1993 The novel itself holds up pretty well than 20 years after publication Although references to saving everything on disks are dated overall Roessner doesn't get into too much technology that dates her Alth


  • Melissa McCauley

    Vanishing Point reader ´Á michaela roessner Vanishing PointThis book kept me up late reading and I was sorry to see it end I would like to read a seuel to see what becomes of the characters It is a rarity in the science fiction world a novel with well developed characters with believable motives and a realistic look at love and relationships Thirty years after most of the world’s population disappeared a band of survivors inhabiting the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose California try to find the cause of the catastrophe and rebuild a society despite the depredations of kamikaze cult members out to destroy them The author makes you feel as if you are as much a part of the house as the characters who live there I definitely have added a visit to my “bucket list” The ending of the book brought to mind Darwin’s Radio by Greg Bear


  • Nancy

    Vanishing Point reader ´Á michaela roessner Vanishing PointA very absorbing thoughtful story set 30 years after the mysterious vanishing of 90% of the population Centered around two main characters Nesta is the scientist looking for the cause of the Vanishing and Renzie fearless and confident leader cope with loss loneliness and survival in an uncertain world Recommended


  • Kevmcveigh

    Vanishing Point reader ´Á michaela roessner Vanishing Pointone of my favourite uirky SF novels reviewed in full here


  • Checkman

    Vanishing Point reader ´Á michaela roessner Vanishing PointNot a terrible novel An interesting premise set in a part of the country the Bay Area in Northern California that I have visited many times The Winchester House a great place to visit if you ever get the chance plays a key role in the novel However while it was intriguing it was weighed down a bit much by the New AgeHippie ethos and that hurt the story After a while the story lost me The author tried to hard to make other dimensions real and how can you make something beyond our comprehension real I found my attention wavering and I finally thu


  • Kelsey Cretcher

    Vanishing Point reader ´Á michaela roessner Vanishing PointI received a copy of the from NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis book took me by surprise I wanted to read it because the idea of it taking place 30 years after 90% of the population disappeared sounded extremely interesting But it didn't prepare me for one of the most real most apocalyptic worlds I've read The characters were real and well developed the society and the different groups that have developed were logical and believable The story is on the whole simple with some concepts that might be too scientific for some It feels natural and well developed it isn't overly exciti


  • Mark

    Vanishing Point reader ´Á michaela roessner Vanishing PointWhat would life be like in a world where 90 percent of the human race disappears overnight Now what would that world be like 30 years later when just as a new generation had asserted itself aberations and anomalies make that world unstable again And that's just the beginning of this fine read Roessner is a fine word crafter and an excellent storyteller The post Vanishment world is well conceived and believable and her characters well developed I'd just previously read Susan Randall's Warped Passages a lay explanation of current multidimensional physics and Roessner's imaginative book incorporates and plays with such notions still standing up next to current refinements in Superstring Theory and M Theory over a decade later Her story arcs and characters come together in unexpected somewhat unsettling but ultimately very sat


  • Book Haunt

    Vanishing Point reader ´Á michaela roessner Vanishing Point Vanishing Point was originally published in 1993 This new publication comes at a time when dystopian novels have become the rage It’s been 30 years since a huge percentage of the population just Vanished No trace was left behind The Vanished took nothing with them and there were no bodies Those who were alive back then lost many loved ones and trying to rebuild their lives has not been easy A lot of them live their lives in fear; not knowing if it will happen again wondering if their loved ones will ever return to them The population has split into many cult type communities The Homers refuse to leave the home they lived in at the time of the Vanishing thinking their loved ones may come back in The Return The Watchers sp


  • Joy

    Vanishing Point reader ´Á michaela roessner Vanishing PointI've become pretty jaded about post apocalyptic fiction thanks to current trends in YA fiction simply because the ideas in a lot of it are not particularly striking But I do love this particularly story when its told well and Vanishing Point is a great example of that It's set in my old stomping grounds of Silicon Valley seriously about a mi