I have been reading this book and enjoying it. The premise is fresh, the characters are interesting and I was always interested in what was happening next to them.
I read it on Kindle, and found it to be an easy read in most cases, The story moved pretty fast in some areas, and slow in others, but it seemed appropriate to the plot.
I also found the book to end quite abruptly. I am assuming it is a stylistic technique, but I honestly thought the book was malfunctioning on me. I wanted more. I would actually like a sequel of "more" since i like the book so much.
A good first effort from this author, and I want to see more of these main characters and their special powers.
by Michelle Ellashek
I always had exciting stories of other worlds or fictional characters to tell growing up, but it was not until I was older that I decided to put pen to paper and make one of them into a novel. I soon learnt as the story progressed that I could not help influencing my characters with my own autistic ways and various mental health conditions that I have experienced throughout my life. Which I believe that for good or bad, makes the fictional story being told much more real and relatable to many people.