Beacon: Book 2 in the Ronos Trilogy – Table of Contents

Table of Contents
Here is the table of contents for Beacon: Book 2 in the Ronos Trilogy. I think the book started out with 22 chapters but there was a lot of useless fluff that needed to be taken out. now it has just as many chapters as Catalyst. The table of contents is fairly spoiler free since you guys don’t know the context but its fun to speculate. Which chapter looks the most interesting to you? Let me know in the comments.

My favourite chapters are 14, 15, and 16. Three way tie because I can’t choose between them. It might be the part of the book I’m most excited for you to read. It’s also interesting because chapter 15 was my favourite chapter in Catalyst. I wonder if the streak will continue into book 3.

Chapter 1 – Always Awake​
Chapter 2 – The Other General​
Chapter 3 – The Unsympathetic Doctor​
Chapter 4 – Kilkenny​
Chapter 5 – Inside​
Chapter 6 – The Other Side of the War​
Chapter 7 – Thief​
Chapter 8 – Passage​
Chapter 9 – Too Many To Count​
Chapter 10 – There is a Plan​
Chapter 11 – Plunge​
Chapter 12 – Pull​
Chapter 13 – Searchers​
Chapter 14 – Collide​
Chapter 15 – Indigenous​
Chapter 16 – Down to the Surface​
Chapter 17 – Descending Lights​
Chapter 18 – Cubed​
Chapter 19 – What Happens When They Get to Ronos​
Chapter 20 – Glow

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“The Death of Jonas Wakefield”
Available on Amazon.
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Catalyst: Book 1 in the Ronos Trilogy
Available on Amazon.
Already read it? Write a review on Goodreads.

Beacon: Book 2 in the Ronos Trilogy
Coming Fall 2013

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