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Azimuth Edward has one chance to save a man he forgot he ever loved All he has to do is destroy the world The disastrous events of the Zenith mission behind them Marty and Edward lead very different lives at

  • Title: Azimuth
  • Author: Arshad Ahsanuddin
  • ISBN: 9781511453509
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Paperback
  • Edward has one chance to save a man he forgot he ever loved.All he has to do is destroy the world The disastrous events of the Zenith mission behind them, Marty and Edward lead very different lives at either end of time Martin has been tapped to lead an elite military operation designed to curtail and ultimately eliminate the threat of time travelers But Henry BradfordEdward has one chance to save a man he forgot he ever loved.All he has to do is destroy the world.The disastrous events of the Zenith mission behind them, Marty and Edward lead very different lives at either end of time Martin has been tapped to lead an elite military operation designed to curtail and ultimately eliminate the threat of time travelers But Henry Bradford has other ideas, and seeks to entice him into taking up the role of captain of the rechristened starship Azimuth Almost a quarter century in the future, Edward lives a life of wealth and influence as the adopted son of Starfire s CEO, Trevor Sutton But the mystery of his birth father s murder still weighs heavily on his mind, eclipsed only by the baffling appearance of Martin s dogtags around his neck The distance he will go for answers will determine the ultimate course of human history, as he is pitted head to head once against the destructive agenda of the time traveler he knows only as Gifford.

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    1. Simone on said:

      "Life is a gamble. You never know what's going to happen tomorrow."So true. And then imagine time travelers interfering Some with only the best of intentions and some who just want to preserve their own interests. This might suddenly attribute a whole new meaning to the life as you know it.What an amazing ride! This series gets better and better, although this is not quite an easy read. The story jumps between different timelines and it is sometimes a bit hard to keep track of the events and rem [...]

    2. Eugenia on said:

      4.5 Stars! What a series!What would it be like if you could keep rewriting history to suit your own selfish purposes? This is what lies beneath this amazing series. Small corrections in time have unpredictable and unintended results, creating new iterations of a timeline. The old time line wiped away. Would you feel responsible for all the souls whose lives you cut simply because you went back in time to save the man you loved? What if those people included your parents (at least in this time li [...]

    3. Jason Bradley on said:

      The talent of this author is beyond my imagining. There is so much going on in his stories, but it never feels overwhelming. His stories are so complex, so panoramic, and so beautifully written. Azimuth is this author's latest and best creation so far. Read this series. You will not regret it.

    4. Andrea (Catsos Person) is a Compulsive eBook Hoarder on said:

      The author generously provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for a honest review.I want to start by strongly urging potential readers of this book, to read book #1: Zenith before reading this second installment of the "Interscission Project" series There is a large cast of characters and their back stories are covered book #1. Also, if you read this book without reading book one, you'll be coming into the middle of a larger story that began in book #1 also.The author, Arshad Ahsanuddin [...]

    5. Harshini on said:

      This has a complex plot, & it would have been better if I could have read in one go, well written, but I definitely need to re read to pick up the intricacies with the different timelines

    6. Paul on said:

      I really love this sci-fi series, I highly recommend it to everyone

    7. ♣ Irish Smurfétté ♣ on said:

      Full reviewage of this fucking awesome book on Prism Book Alliance®It bears repeating: ya know, if I weren’t such a wordy fucker, this would be my review: if I had a dick, I’d have the biggest sci-fi boner everrrrrrrr. Jussayin’.Yup, that’s the long and short of it. Well, ok only the short but, holy shiznoly, where to begin with the long. I’m gonna give it a go because this book… this book! I never would have imagined enjoying this even more than, Zenith, book one – I mean, we’r [...]

    8. Jax on said:

      My brain is tied in knots! With all the timelines, characters, and project/ship/colony names to keep straight, this is one mind-twisting story. But I sure enjoyed the challenge. It’s very fast-paced and kept my interest even when I was frustrated by some confusion. The worldbuilding and science jargon are very surefooted and thorough. There are place- and timestamps throughout the book so you always know where and when you are. The hard part is remembering the events and relationships in that [...]

    9. Issa on said:

      Probably spoilers for Zenith in this because the two stories are interconnected to the nth degree.We are now several months after the end of the last book and Henry Bradford and company are preparing the Zenith, now renamed the Azimuth, for its several year mission. Charles Bradford has been working on the Azimuth while Martin Atkins has been with the navy working on a project to deal with time travel and end Gifford's use of it. Henry talks Martin back into captaining the Azimuth and one of the [...]

    10. Love Bytes Reviews on said:

      4.5 Heart Review by DanThe thing I dislike about series reviews is the propensity of authors to put spoilers in their blurb on subsequent books that reveal plot twists from book one.I specifically avoided the fact that Edward was a time traveler, but since the blurb gives it away, I’ll start by saying at the end of book one Edward goes back to his own time, but because of changes he and his sister made in the present time of the books, their future was changed. And Edward doesn’t remember Ma [...]

    11. Sarah on said:

      I am at a loss for words. Nothing can express how awesome, fantastic, mind blowing this series is. WARNINGYOU MUST READ THE BOOKS IN ORDER!Okay, this book picks up right where the first ends. The future is drastically different for Edward now. He has no memory of traveling in the past but he knows something is different and the dog tags he wears around his neck is the biggest clue. Marty has been waiting for any clue of Edwards return. After months, he decides to continue with his mission to sec [...]

    12. Xing on said:

      Azimuth rides the same momentum established by its predecessor, Zenith. We still have a fast paced plot, alternating narration from multiple characters, and romance that plays secondary to the actual story. My only gripe is not having a enough Martin and Edward time together, but that's only to be expected with the setup of this entry.

    13. Kristy Maitz on said:

      Wow, that was a great progress of "The Interscission Project" series. The whole plot is very active and the story follows smoothly. Nicely done!

    14. VVivacious on said:

      This book was provided for free by the author in exchange for an honest review.Wow this book has left me effectively speechless but I can’t quite figure out if the speechlessness is because of just how interesting and amazing this book is or the fact that I stayed up all night because I just couldn’t stop reading this book. It is spell-binding. This book is definitely a step up from the previous one. It was faster paced with double the number of twists and turns. During the course of this bo [...]

    15. Amanda on said:

      *I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.*Azimuth is a brilliant continuation of the Interscission Project series. I highly recommend this book and series to anyone looking for a strong Sci-Fi adventure with some romance. This is an engaging and intelligent story, very hard to put down. Along with the action and suspense, there is also a good balance of romance and emotional drama. As with the first book, the pacing and intrigue keep the story moving [...]

    16. Ryan on said:

      This is the second book in a fantastic new series. Arshad Ahsanuddin is one of the best gay/m-m Sci-Fi writers I have read. I cannot wait for the next book.

    17. Elisa Rolle on said:

      Azimuth (Interscission Project #2) by Arshad Ahsanuddin: reviews-and-ramblings.dreamwid 2015 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention (5* from at least 1 judge)

    18. ElaineY on said:

      REVIEW OF AUDIOBOOK; AUGUST 5, 2017Narrator: Jack Wallen JrVerdict: Superb action and plot, though bear in mind Azimuth cannot be read on its own as it picks up immediately following Zenith. The switching from one timeline to another was hard for me to follow on audio so, again, I recommend that this series be read rather than listened to. I did, however start to pay attention to the Iteration datelines and that was the key. The book's blurb summarizes this sequel well, if you're looking for a b [...]

    19. Shelby on said:

      I really don't understand how Arshad is not more widely read than he is. Every book of his I've ever read has been fantastic and Azimuth is no exception! The background scientific details enrich the quality of what is already a truly fantastic space opera/time travel storyline. This book picks up right where the previous story left off. We are into a new iteration of the timeline Marty and Edward are separated by time and circumstance. Edward is no longer blind as they managed to change the even [...]

    20. Diane Dannenfeldt on said:

      Again this book deserves more than 5 stars. I loved it. OMG I never saw who Gifford was coming, but it all makes sense now. There is so much going on in this latest installment. We get to see a lot of the future timeline after the ending from the first book and how it effects Edwards family. We also get to see Jake and Thomas together and the life they built. Jennifer, holy shit balls she sure turned into a cold hearted bitch in that timeline and I didn’t like her one bit. I can understand why [...]

    21. Nocturnalux on said:

      I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Given that Azimuth is the second intalment of a series, this review assumes that the reader is already familiar with the first volume, events of which will not be considered spoilers. For my thoughts on said first volume, refer to Zenith. In Azimuth, the issues that plagued the series from its inception become more glaring and even compounded by others even as the plot itself gains a greater sense of balance. Edward and Stella [...]

    22. Zogguz on said:

      Good sequelThere were times when i wasn't sure what was going on but I'm already very invested in these characters from the first book. Some great action scenes and i cried at Martin and Edwards scene at the end. Not as good as the first one but still a fun read.

    23. blub on said:

      I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Like Zenith (Book 1), the story is told from multiple characters standpoint. If it isn't obvious, the books must be read in order since Azimuth continues from where Zenith ended. Edward is back in his new time line and living his life not remembering anything that happened with Marty. Finding Martin's dog tags sets him on a path that will help him regain his memories. In Martin's timeline, he isn't really dealing well with the [...]

    24. Amanda on said:

      I received my copy of this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review through the "Don't Buy My Love" event hosted by the M/M Romance Group on .If you have not read the first book in the series, Zenith, then you need to read that one first. You'll be lost without it.Actually on that note, I recommend setting aside a nice long weekend so you can read these books back-to-back and not have work forcing you to stop :)Azimuth is true science fiction. Yes it has some romantic eleme [...]

    25. Diane on said:

      I received Azimuth, as well as Zenith (The Interscission Project: Book One), through the Giveaway Program. These are the first books I will have read by this author.The plot (which began with Zenith), involves space/time travel, teleporting and using a foldspace jump; which allows for events to be altered and parallel lives to exist. The scientific plots are well thought out and seem so plausible that you can envision yourself there, along side all the action!The setting begins in the year 2202 [...]

    26. KellyJo on said:

      I got this book for free in exchange for an honest review through the DBML program of the M/M Romance group at .First off let me say this is not normally the type of book I would read. Most Science Fiction type books tend to be to technical and hard for me to follow and for this reason I tend to avoid them at all cost. But, the description on this book pulled me in and boy am I glad it did. The author has a great style, while still containing technical descriptions they are set out in a way that [...]

    27. Pet on said:

      For me it was a good decision to wait with the series until the second book got released. Not because of the characters: I had the same effect here as I did with Pact Arcanum and "recognized" them easily. No, it's the complexity of this world with all technical features and what the series is about as general idea that makes it seen as one big adventure. Just for that reason I wish part 3 of the triology would already have been released but I never like to make any author feeling pressured. But [...]

    28. George on said:

      great science fiction book, very nice male/male love story that goes along with it! A nice romantic love scene.

    29. Tex Reader on said:

      4.5 of 5 stars – Another Exciting "Time" to Follow a Fascinating Start.[Thanks to the author for a free copy via ' M/M Romance-DBML group]They say you can’t change the past; but if I could, I wish I had written a series like this. This second in the series was even better than the first in Arshad Ahsanuddin’s engaging, complex, and entertaining sci-fi/time-travel adventure, with strong world-building and an interesting mix of gay, straight and bi. Summary: I was pleased with how Ahsanuddin [...]

    30. Antonella on said:

      The technical aspects of time travel and of general stuff were off-putting for me. There is also some confusion from the different timelines.

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