Tag: science fiction books

Book Review : The Rebels of Gold

Book Review : The Rebels of Gold

The Rebels of Gold, the final installment of the Loom Saga and follow up to The Dragons of Nova and The Alchemists of Loom, was my least favorite of the trilogy. I did really enjoy seeing how the series came to an end, but I found it largely unsatisfying due to counterproductive character development, disappointing “boss” fights, and loose ends.   My favorite parts of Rebels of Gold involved the perfect […]

Posted February 1, 2019 in Book Reviews, Fantasy
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Book Review : Glow: Book I, Potency

Book Review : Glow: Book I, Potency

I never wanted to pick Glow: Book I, Potency up to read it and it was a sheer battle of will to just get through the novel. Glow : Book I, Potency suffers from severe pacing problems, flat characters, and cringy dialogue. Though the idea of the novel itself was interesting and obviously well-researched, its execution simply couldn’t save the novel. The story follows 16-year-old Harper as a sickness, known […]

Posted January 18, 2019 in Book Reviews, Science Fiction, Young Adult
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Book Review : Neron Rising

Book Review : Neron Rising

I found out about this book through the Reylo community, and I wasn’t disappointed. Though I was expecting more of a blatant fanfiction type of novel, with characters and settings ripped right from the screen, Neron Rising is an original story, with only its inspirations from Star Wars.  Nova, an engineer, lives on the planet Korpillion, one of the few planets deemed inhabitable because it doesn’t have any Neron. This blue substance, […]

Posted December 28, 2018 in Book Reviews, Fantasy, Science Fiction
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