Wednesday, January 15, 2020
The Maasai Mara Sleeping Syndrome has returned after a six-month hiatus. This time, it’s popped up in New York, and it’s wiped out an entire homeless shelter.
The same night of the outbreak—thousands of miles away—Harper, a seventeen-year-old girl, finds herself face-to-face with a glowing figure in the desert outskirts of her neighborhood. As her suburb goes on lockdown, Harper is kidnapped and taken to the Base of Ki, a massive dome with a sheening white city and fantastic technology. There, she must form new alliances to save her friends, family, and species before they lose all chance of returning to Earth.
Would I recommend it? No
Will I be going on with the series ?No
Will I read anything else by this author?No
While I enjoy science fiction and some time get lost in the story unfortunately it just didn't do anything for me, I thought the plot was ok but it didn't flow like the author wanted it to, and the characters seemed flat, there was nothing about them or the story that kept me interest in what was going on.To tell you the truth the only thing it had going for itself is the cover which is beautiful.With that said I want to thank NetGalley for letting me read and review it even though I won't be going on with the series.
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