by Gemini Gibson
YA Science Fiction, 2023 by Lost Boys Press, 286 Pages
What I Didn’t Like:
- A couple of the character names are similar. For me this is always tricky because I forget who each one is and it takes me a second to remember, which pulls me out of the story. It’s not a big deal and doesn’t bother most people, I’m aware of that.
- The book moves pretty quickly. There were a few moments where I wanted to slow things down, learn more about them, and take our time.
- It feels like a build up to a sequel. If you don’t like that sort of ending, be warned.
What I Did Like:
- The world building is great! I was immediately interested in this idea of augmenting a human body and wanted to know more.
- The ending is intense. The action kicks up, the intrigue kicks up, and you’re left with quite a shock.
- Good characters. They’re strong together and alone, they’re fun, and they have a good relationship. I loved them!
Who Should Read This One:
- Fans of Sci-Fi driven by technological advances and bigger questions regarding ethics of those advances.