Dear reader I couldn’t so I finished reading “The Final Six” book number one in “The Final Six” series by Alexandra Monir.
I picked up this book in the Nook store on my tablet because it seemed interesting and it was on sale for $1.99. My personal review of the book is as follows:
I personally found the writing style, setting, characters, and the overall basic premise of the book/series to be interesting, realistic, and believable for the most part.
I did personally find some aspects of a certain character’s back stories to be a bit too over the top(I believe that it was done in order to get to certain plot points for future books in the series) I don’t want to explain why because it would give away spoilers for the twist at the end of the book.
In my personal opinion certain plot points towards the end of the book happeneda bit too conveniently for my personal tastes(a character that seems to be a “bad guy” conveniently knows that certain things “the whole time”) etc.
I also didn’t really understand the science behind a lot of the book(to explain more would be giving away another big spoiler).
I did end up rooting for the main characters and want to see what happens next in the series(I will probably be downloading the next book in the series from the Nook store on my tablet as soon as I finish finished posting the review).
I do personally feel like if you enjoy storylines featuring space and trying to figure out how to help humans live in space I recommend checking out this book.
Overall I personally rate this book a 6 and a half out of 10. Happy reading dear reader 😊. Please like and share this review if you enjoyed it doing so helps me to get future books and helps others to find my reviews 💟.
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