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Stay Behind the Wall. The Wall is Safety. The Wall is Survival. But Know This: You Are Not Alone. Far from Earth and shipwrecked on a desolate alien planet, a band of brave settlers strive to carve out a life for themselves on a range of hills while battling to hold back the carpet of deadly microorganisms that creeps across the lowlands below, devouring all in its path. The s Stay Behind the Wall. The Wall is Safety. The Wall is Survival. But Know This: You Are Not Alone. Far from Earth and shipwrecked on a desolate alien planet, a band of brave settlers strive to carve out a life for themselves on a range of hills while battling to hold back the carpet of deadly microorganisms that creeps across the lowlands below, devouring all in its path. The settlers survive from day to day, but their lives are thrown into chaos on one fateful night when five of their young men and women go missing. And that’s when they see the lights. Out there in the deadly wasteland, there are headlights carving through the darkness. Someone is coming. And perhaps, they mean to stay. Find out more when you explore the world of Colony B, but for your own safety, stay behind the wall. Please note that while this book can be read on its own, it is the first part of a serial and is best enjoyed in that context. Coming Soon: Part II Part two of this serial will be published in September 2017.


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Stay Behind the Wall. The Wall is Safety. The Wall is Survival. But Know This: You Are Not Alone. Far from Earth and shipwrecked on a desolate alien planet, a band of brave settlers strive to carve out a life for themselves on a range of hills while battling to hold back the carpet of deadly microorganisms that creeps across the lowlands below, devouring all in its path. The s Stay Behind the Wall. The Wall is Safety. The Wall is Survival. But Know This: You Are Not Alone. Far from Earth and shipwrecked on a desolate alien planet, a band of brave settlers strive to carve out a life for themselves on a range of hills while battling to hold back the carpet of deadly microorganisms that creeps across the lowlands below, devouring all in its path. The settlers survive from day to day, but their lives are thrown into chaos on one fateful night when five of their young men and women go missing. And that’s when they see the lights. Out there in the deadly wasteland, there are headlights carving through the darkness. Someone is coming. And perhaps, they mean to stay. Find out more when you explore the world of Colony B, but for your own safety, stay behind the wall. Please note that while this book can be read on its own, it is the first part of a serial and is best enjoyed in that context. Coming Soon: Part II Part two of this serial will be published in September 2017.

30 review for The Wall: A Colonization Science Fiction Serial

  1. 4 out of 5

    Meenaz Lodhi

    The Wall, to keep out hostile fauna, to loose freedom of movement, living in fear. Crash landing on a hostile planet, the settles try to form a life, with all the human feelings and emotions described so well by the author within the characters. An encounter with other beings, not knowing who they are nor trying to know provokes all kind tensions within a fearful settlement, causing unwise decisions. Restless youths with a desire for freedom... a thought provoking situation! A start of a great s The Wall, to keep out hostile fauna, to loose freedom of movement, living in fear. Crash landing on a hostile planet, the settles try to form a life, with all the human feelings and emotions described so well by the author within the characters. An encounter with other beings, not knowing who they are nor trying to know provokes all kind tensions within a fearful settlement, causing unwise decisions. Restless youths with a desire for freedom... a thought provoking situation! A start of a great series!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rosemary

    The Wall - a review by Rosemary Kenny This fascinating [first in series], book is a must [in my honest freely given opinion], for lovers of apocalyptic sci-fi and fantasy fans everywhere. It's got dramatic episodes, strong characters in Connor and his headstrong daughter Siobhan and also in Commander/Dr Lyndsey Teare; it makes a refreshing change to have strongly-written women in a male-dominated genre and should not be underestimated in the slightest. Colony Leader Connor lives on a distant plane The Wall - a review by Rosemary Kenny This fascinating [first in series], book is a must [in my honest freely given opinion], for lovers of apocalyptic sci-fi and fantasy fans everywhere. It's got dramatic episodes, strong characters in Connor and his headstrong daughter Siobhan and also in Commander/Dr Lyndsey Teare; it makes a refreshing change to have strongly-written women in a male-dominated genre and should not be underestimated in the slightest. Colony Leader Connor lives on a distant planet with his family - wife Helen, son John and rebellious teenage daughter, Siobhan - trying to keep order amongst other colonists who are gradually losing hope of ever being returned to Earth after their space-shuttle crashed. The planet is swarming with mutant plant life which they call the grunge, that is incompatible with human life as it burns and disintegrates on contact. To contain it and protect their colony they build the eponymous Wall from the panels of damaged containers. One night Siobhan and her friends decide that going down the Hill towards the Wall is a 'fun' way to push their boundaries, parental and physical, [despite mysterious lights and vehicles being seen in the distance beyond the Wall]. Luckily they're brought home safely by a patrol and all seems well...for now. What Connor and the others don't know is that Siobhan and close friend Alec have sneaked out again and this time there's no stopping them. They make it up to - and over - the Wall... seemingly oblivious to the potential dangers such curiosity and bravado will bring upon everyone they hold dear. What will happen on the other side? Who or what is in the unknown vehicles - friend or foe? Human or alien? Saviours - or the means of their destruction? These and other questions/answers, in this fantastic book by sensational series writer Mikey Campling, will shock and enthrall you...until you read more of this superb series - start right now!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    The Wall is a very compelling page-turner, with likeable characters that will have you reading the entire story in one short sitting, especially with a length below 100 pages. It is filled with rebellious teenagers, and overprotective adults, retaining the deep rooted aspects of human culture that can often lead to detrimental, dangerous, and impulsive behaviours that are often the most harmful to human survival.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Dale Keck

    Kindle Unlimited but got it on a freebie {amazon} day. The wall is safety. The wall is survival. The wall is life.Far from Earth and shipwrecked on a desolate alien planet, a band of brave settlers strive to carve out a life for themselves on a range of hills while battling to hold back the carpet of deadly microorganisms that creeps across the lowlands below, devouring all in its path.The settlers survive from day to day, but their lives are thrown into chaos on one fateful night when five of th Kindle Unlimited but got it on a freebie {amazon} day. The wall is safety. The wall is survival. The wall is life.Far from Earth and shipwrecked on a desolate alien planet, a band of brave settlers strive to carve out a life for themselves on a range of hills while battling to hold back the carpet of deadly microorganisms that creeps across the lowlands below, devouring all in its path.The settlers survive from day to day, but their lives are thrown into chaos on one fateful night when five of their young men and women go missing. And that’s when they see the lights. Out there in the deadly wasteland, there are headlights carving through the darkness. Someone is coming. And perhaps, they mean to stay.Find out more when you explore the world of Colony B, but for your own safety, stay behind the wall. Cheatcode (The Downlode Heroes Book 1) The Trust (The Downlode Heroes Book 2) Trespass: A Tale of Supernatural Suspense (The Darkeningstone Series Book 1) Outcast (The Darkeningstone Series Book 2) Scaderstone Pit (The Darkeningstone Series Book 3) After Dark (Thoughtful Horror Book 1) Once in a Blood Moon (Thoughtful Horror Book 2) A Dark Assortment (Thoughtful Horror Book 3) Breaking Ground - A Tale of Mystery and Suspense Across Time

  5. 4 out of 5

    Norma

    "... they were coming." An easy to read, but engrossing first episode of a new serial which still had the satisfying feel of a stand alone novella. Stranded on an inhospitable planet many years ago, the survivors of one of two ships which crashed have built a reasonable, if Spartan, life for themselves, provided they remain on a hill protected by a metal wall. Outside is the deadly grunge. But the younger generation is restless, want more than just their small community. They want to find out wha "... they were coming." An easy to read, but engrossing first episode of a new serial which still had the satisfying feel of a stand alone novella. Stranded on an inhospitable planet many years ago, the survivors of one of two ships which crashed have built a reasonable, if Spartan, life for themselves, provided they remain on a hill protected by a metal wall. Outside is the deadly grunge. But the younger generation is restless, want more than just their small community. They want to find out what else is on their homeworld, beyond what can be seen from the wall. Then six vehicles are seen approaching - who are they? Is it rescue after all this time, or are the occupants even human? An interesting world with very human emotional responses, this promises to be an intriguing serial and I look forward to reading part two.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Heidi

    I received a copy of this book for free. All opinions are honest and my own. The Wall is the first book in a new serialized story from Mikey Campling. This is the first time I’ve read any part of a serialized story. I was worried I’d feel like the story hadn’t got any where and was just building to the next installment. However, this felt really well set up. While obviously not a full story, we were given just enough action and plot to feel satisfied, and keep us on edge for the next installment. I I received a copy of this book for free. All opinions are honest and my own. The Wall is the first book in a new serialized story from Mikey Campling. This is the first time I’ve read any part of a serialized story. I was worried I’d feel like the story hadn’t got any where and was just building to the next installment. However, this felt really well set up. While obviously not a full story, we were given just enough action and plot to feel satisfied, and keep us on edge for the next installment. I really enjoyed this quick read. We get just the right amount of world building, a great setting, a variety of characters and a great twist all in in just over 100 pages. The next installment is due to be published in September, and I can’t wait to see where the story goes.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    This is a great first episode of an intriguing story. The colonists behind the wall have already got plenty of problems to overcome, and this episode tosses another big complication their way. While this is the start of a serial story, the action doesn't simply stop with a "to be continued" tag. The immediate crisis is resolved, however uneasily, while the stage is set for the next episode. Well done and fun to read, as are all of Mikey Campling's stories. This is a great first episode of an intriguing story. The colonists behind the wall have already got plenty of problems to overcome, and this episode tosses another big complication their way. While this is the start of a serial story, the action doesn't simply stop with a "to be continued" tag. The immediate crisis is resolved, however uneasily, while the stage is set for the next episode. Well done and fun to read, as are all of Mikey Campling's stories.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ami

    This is an interesting space exploration journey that involves disaster and the temptations of youth. I enjoyed reading it but it is not the author's best work. Some of his stories are excellent and I'm sure that is a difficult goal to reach for every work you write but, I do recommend it for the unusual problems they encountered. This is the first book in a series and I definitely want to read book 2 in order to get answers to the outcome for the characters. This is an interesting space exploration journey that involves disaster and the temptations of youth. I enjoyed reading it but it is not the author's best work. Some of his stories are excellent and I'm sure that is a difficult goal to reach for every work you write but, I do recommend it for the unusual problems they encountered. This is the first book in a series and I definitely want to read book 2 in order to get answers to the outcome for the characters.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Aviar Savijon

    The Wall Another stunning vivid action adventure in the sci fi genre. An outstanding work of fiction by Author Mikey Campling he never seems to disappoint page after page and book after book. This is an example of brilliantly written books are.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Wiederspan

    I was a bit confused at first as to how they ended up on the planet, but I'm glad it was cleared up as the story progressed. I hate that it ended in a cliffhanger, but I guess I just have to wait for the rest. The story progressed nicely and I really couldn't put it down once I started reading. I was a bit confused at first as to how they ended up on the planet, but I'm glad it was cleared up as the story progressed. I hate that it ended in a cliffhanger, but I guess I just have to wait for the rest. The story progressed nicely and I really couldn't put it down once I started reading.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Zain

    Scintillating A good book full of suspense and mystery and the horror and thrills you receive from a Saturday morning creature feature.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Saundra Wright

    The Wall, first of the Colony B books, can be read alone as the adventure is complete. However it does setup the second book, and after reading the first one will definitely be invested in the series! This is Dystopian/Sci-Fi at its best. Michael Campling not only has a gift for creating vividly realistic settings, his characters could step off the page and enter your life, their reactions and emotions are so true to reality. The survivors of The Pharaon space ship crash, both crew and settlers, The Wall, first of the Colony B books, can be read alone as the adventure is complete. However it does setup the second book, and after reading the first one will definitely be invested in the series! This is Dystopian/Sci-Fi at its best. Michael Campling not only has a gift for creating vividly realistic settings, his characters could step off the page and enter your life, their reactions and emotions are so true to reality. The survivors of The Pharaon space ship crash, both crew and settlers, have managed to form a society. The environment of their new planet is very harsh, coming in contact with what they have come to call the Grunge, a virulent organism that grows everywhere, brings flesh eating burns at best and death if not immediately treated, from the smallest exposure. They have managed to excise it from they hill where they live and build a metal wall that keeps it at bay. A celebration one night for the birth of a child is interrupted by two startling events, five teens and young adults are missing, and lights are spotted in the distance, beyond the wall! The community has believed themselves alone on the planet for the last five years. Who can be behind those lights? Are they other humans? Settlers like themselves, rescue from Earth sent to find them? Or could it be invaders to their safe home, whether human or alien? At the same time, where have their children gone on this of all nights? Grab a copy today and enter Colony B. Discover who is behind the mysterious light in the distance. Find out whether the community recovers their errant children. What is in store for them in the next installment? A fantastic new series by Michael Campling. Kindle Unlimited edition

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rita

    This is a steady, plod along story, that was nice to read but was no page turned by any means. The story, although enjoyable was not hard to predict. There were no surprises and I think the author took the safe path through the briars. If you want a resonable story with a twist at the end, then this book is for you. If, however, you are looking for thrills and spills, and great swathes of excitement, then look at the next book in the series perhaps, because you won't find too many here. Having sai This is a steady, plod along story, that was nice to read but was no page turned by any means. The story, although enjoyable was not hard to predict. There were no surprises and I think the author took the safe path through the briars. If you want a resonable story with a twist at the end, then this book is for you. If, however, you are looking for thrills and spills, and great swathes of excitement, then look at the next book in the series perhaps, because you won't find too many here. Having said that, I read the book to the end and it was fairly enjoyable. I hate to give such a negative review. Perhaps this book has a Marmite thing going on with it. Some people love it; some like me are not mad about it. It was in essence exactly as I said it was. A nice, safe, read.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Alfred F Horn Jr

    Ok, but not my cup of tea Well paced but more self analysis by characters than I liked. Not sure if I will continue with the series.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jesse

  16. 4 out of 5

    Charlie

  17. 4 out of 5

    Bert D

  18. 4 out of 5

    Isabella Fulton

  19. 5 out of 5

    C A

  20. 5 out of 5

    Vicki Stark

  21. 5 out of 5

    Aisha-Kimberly Hashmi

  22. 4 out of 5

    lynn crippen

  23. 5 out of 5

    Richard Webster

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rob Lepley

  25. 4 out of 5

    Alan Clark

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ken Harrison

  28. 4 out of 5

    Allan

  29. 4 out of 5

    Antony Mckenzie-Cianciaruso

  30. 4 out of 5

    BRENT GREEN

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