Fifteen thousand years ago they came bringing gifts. We killed them all. Seventy years ago we cloned one. Now, a sinkhole in Siberia has opened, revealing new secrets. Children of the Fifth Sun: Echelon by Gareth Worthington.

I loved book one, Children of the Fifth Sun, and book 2 was just as riveting and amazing. Children of the Fifth Sun: Echelon pulled at my heart strings and I couldn’t put it down. If you love Sci Fi with compelling, strong and flawed characters, this is a MUST READ series.” – Amazon Review

Children of the Fifth Sun: Echelon

by Gareth Worthington
5.0 stars – 2 reviews
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Here’s the set-up:

She thought there was nothing stronger than a mother’s bond. She was wrong.

FIFTEEN THOUSAND YEARS AGO, the knowledge bringers—an amphibious, non-humanoid species known as the Huahuqui—came after a great global flood, gifting humans with math, science, and civility.
We killed them all.

Seventy years ago, we found one of their corpses preserved in ice and eventually created a clone named K’in. Our governments fought over the creature and we killed it, too. Now, a sinkhole in Siberia has opened, revealing new secrets.
FREYA NILSSON spent the last five years trying to forget her role in the Huahuqui cloning program. She hid her son, KJ, from the regimes and agencies she believed would exploit him for the powers he acquired through his father’s bond with K’in.

An innocent trip to help KJ understand his abilities results in the conspiracy she fought to bury exploding back to life. Chased by new foes and hounded to put the world first, all Freya can think of is protecting KJ—at all costs.
Echelon is the sequel to Gareth Worthington’s debut novel Children of the Fifth Sun, winner of the 2017 London Book Festival science fiction category.

Praise for Children of the Fifth Sun
“An action-packed, globe-hopping science fiction thriller… pedal-to-the-metal pacing and relentless action make it easy to turn pages…” —Kirkus Reviews

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