Golden Son Audiobook is a novel by American author Peirce Brown. It is a science fiction novel, and the second book in Peirce’s trilogy of Red Rising Trilogy. It got published on January 6, 2015. It has been followed by Morning Star and preceded by Red Rising.
Golden Son Audiobook – Details And Storyline:
|Name:||Golden Son CD.|
|Published:||January 6, 2015.|
|Series:||Red Rising Saga, Book# 2.|
|Genre:||Science Fiction, Novel, Fantasy, Fiction.|
|Rating:||4.4 Star Review.|
Golden Son Unabridged Audiobook appeared at # 6 on The New York Times Best Seller rundown and has won the 2015 Goodreads Choice Award for Science Fiction. Marc Snetiker of Entertainment Weekly gave the novel A, calling it a “catch” and noted that “Darrow au Andromedus will make you more worried.
Golden Son Audiobook Free is a popular Science Fiction Novel written by Pierce Brown. It was originally published on January 6, 2015. The book is the Second (02) in the Red Rising Saga Trilogy Audiobook Series. The book follows the genre of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Fiction, and Adventure. It has a rating of 4.4 Star Review on GoodReads.
As a red man, Darrow grew up working in the mines outside Mars, suffering from a miserable job while yearning for a better future for his relatives. In any case, the Society he faithfully served was based on a lie. Darrow’s genre has already been sold and rejected by their top management, the Gold’s – and their only path to freedom is chaos.
In that way Darrow replaces himself with the noteworthy benefit made to Eo, the real love and inspiration, to lay down his life for himself. He turns into Gold, into their profitable domain so he can take it out inside.
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About The Author:
Pierce Brown is an American sci-fi writer who documented the Red Rising program, which includes Red Rising (2014), Golden Son (2015), Morning Star (2016), Iron Gold (2018), and The Golden Age (2019). Brown wrote six books and faced the dismissal of over 120 experts before selling Red Rising. He composed this novel two months above the carport of his people in Seattle, Washington.