[REVIEW] Passage by Indie Gantz

”Dear Reader,
You are dead.
You died in the fourth month in the year 2053 of the Gregorian
calendar. You weren’t alone in your death. Your entire species went extinct.
I wasn’t born when Earth was destroyed, but others like me were. We’ve
always been here, always living among you.”

This Review opportunity is organized by Lola’s Blog Tours. Note that it won’t be the same layout as my regular reviews.

Review:

Rating: 4.5

This is my top Futuristic book even more than ready player one. I mean it has twin siblings who are half alien half humans with superpowers. The first page captivated me and that’s because it had one thing i completely love. Telepathy.  Other things that made this story great was it had all of the following. Adventure. Superpowers.Elements.An Adventure. Very beautiful detailed lyrical descriptions.Average pace.Awesome developed main characters. Really well constructed and unique plot. 2nd book coming in 2019. I can’t wait.

The negative points are the following and they didn’t do damage enough to make the story lose one full star so that’s awesome.

  • The ending No No No. It doesn’t really end in a cliffhanger. It just stops in the middle of their journey where they accomplished the first part that will help them in their main goal. It wasn’t bothering. However, It would be better if it ended in a cliffhanger or in a more appropriate place.
  • [Positive and negative point] The glimpses in the future with Trigian. They were confusing sometime because i don’t get some things however it helps me know Trigian more and lets us actually get to know his thoughts.

Overall it was great i am excited for book 2 and i love the characters

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by Indie Gantz
Genre: Science Fiction Fantasy
Age category: Young Adult/ New Adult
Release Date: 20 February 2018

Blurb:
On Day One, Charlie Damuzi and her mute twin brother, Tirigan, are blissfully unaware of the dangerous world they live in. They may be aliens living on Earth after the extinction of humans, but to Charlie, life is pretty mundane.

On Day Two, the Damuzi family is ripped apart by a secret that forces the twins to flee the only home they’ve ever known. Determined to reunite their family, Charlie and Tirigan travel to uncharted territory in search of their salvation.

But that’s just Charlie’s side of the story.

In the future, forty days from when we first meet the Damuzi twins, Tirigan is on the move. His destination is unknown, as are the people he’s surrounded himself with, but his mission is still the same. Keep his sister safe and reunite their family.

However, as Tirigan attempts to navigate the complex bonds he’s formed with his companions, he’s forced to confront the one thing in life he has yet to fully understand.

Himself.

Family. Deception. Power. Destruction.

It all begins on Day One.

You can find Passage on Goodreads

You can buy Passage here:
Amazon
Amazon Paperback
B&N Paperback

Indie GantzAbout the Author:
Indie Gantz grew up in Northern Virginia and received her Psychology degree at George Mason University. Despite her passion and curiosity for the human mind, Indie left her chosen field of study to finally give voice to the many imagined minds she has created.

Indie lives with her family in North Carolina. She spends her days drinking tea and clacking keys.

You can find and contact Indie Gantz here:
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Twitter
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Goodreads
Amazon

 


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