Monday, September 4, 2017

Fate of the Stars by Arwen Paris

Rating: 💚 💚 💚 
Author: Arwen Paris
Title: Fate of the Stars
Published: September 1st 2017 by Legendary Prose
Genre: sci-fi, aliens, fiction, fantasy
Goodreads link: Fate of the Stars
Amazon link: Fate of the Stars

Received from Xpresso book tours in exchange for honest review


Synopsis:

When the fate of the world rests upon you…

Allison Delaney wants to spend her senior year healing from the loss of her father, to leave the shadows of his death and her junior year break-down behind. A Labor Day beach party seems like a good place to start…but there’s more danger lurking than anyone could imagine. Death is coming to Earth if the pods of infectious creatures aren’t stopped. But only one human can help…

To live or die is no longer a choice.
Eenoki is a protector of life but must have a sentient host to fight the invasion. A teenage girl would not be the best choice, but out of desperation Eenoki invades Allison’s mind and body, granting her unnatural abilities and strengths – and helping her escape certain death when the first wave of pods land.

As destruction rains down on Earth’s population, Allison realizes to save everyone, she must make the ultimate choice: Reject her human side and bond with Eenoki to become the Earth’s Priestess – or be killed along with the rest of humanity.

Review:

Allison is just a girl, trying to move past her past, when strange thins start to happen, like not remembering entire night. But it doesn't stop there. Soon there is bigger nightmare coming, strange race of aliens invading Earth, taking over and infecting people.

There is a was to save them. It is Allison with help of whole another kind of aliens, that's in her head. Changing her into something more than just a human... 

There is more to the story. Another race of aliens comes to mix and Allison is not sure if any of them will be helpful.

Story is mix of sci-fi and dystopia. Everything I usually like. I really like the story, the premise and what more could have been. What I have trouble, is writing. It was hard to follow at times and More then one I was totally lost, as to what I was reading. 

Overall, with all its flaws it's still really unique and interesting story and I would love to read more about it.

Happy reading,


Anie




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2 comments:

  1. Thank you for your open and honest review! This looks like a book I would really enjoy! :)

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  2. Thanks for sharing your review, I'm looking forward to checking this one out myself :)

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