Tuesday, November 27, 2018

New Review! Children of the Fifth Sun: Echelon by Gareth Worthington 5 Cranky Stars

Children of the Fifth Sun: EchelonChildren of the Fifth Sun: Echelon by Gareth Worthington
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Cranky Stars

I love this series. Children of the Fifth Sun was the most intriguing sci-fi stories I've read in a long time and the second book, Echelon, is no different. Worthington knows how to craft a deeply moving tale that grabs your attention and won’t let go.

The second book, Freya and Kelly Junior hear about a bottomless sinkhole and missing children in Siberia, and they go to investigate. The missing children with their "Companions", the Huahuqui, a new race adapted from the first book come out of the hole and they are bonded to the creatures.

This is a heartwarming book, but a lot of things happen. People are afraid of the government and what they plan to do with these bonded pairs. Gareth Worthington is such a creative writer, the characters are well developed and even the bonded creatures have their distinct personalities. I was intrigued all the way to the end. This series is so different from any other sci-fi series I have read. As with the first book, this one is fast paced and exciting all the way to the end

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