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Abhuman, The Covenant, Book 1 is a splendid beginning to an intriguing new series. Hugh B. Long has created a multi-leveled society with the evil Tarbizhad ruling at the top, lusting for human blood, and the Abhumans at the bottom fighting for their very lives, their very existence. Each level of society has been carefully crafted with detail and vision. The writing is skillful and decisive as the reader is brought into a world filled with not only with terror, but with hope for the future.
I read Abhuman, The Covenant Book 1, in one sitting and I'm eager to read the next book as soon as it comes out.
The reading level is just right for a YA novel, too. The plot moves unfolds swiftly and deftly. I think even adults like me will enjoy this story. I am going to find more of this writer's work.
A coming of age story after the fall of the human race. And the first part of a series telling of its resurrection. A must-read story.
I get that Cheska is a prodigy...and this is science fiction. Yet, 6 years old mastering quantum physics, and memories at 4 of political figures was a stretch for me. Maybe because I know people in the real world that are very intelligent, but meh, it is fiction.
I got a good idea of what the ship looks like from the outside, but I had to default to my own kind of Star Trek-y impressions for what the inside of the ship was like, other than a maze of catwalks and conduits.
It's a city in space, stratified like the society that inhabits it. The details of the how and why of the "Mission" of the ship were very clear. I liked the setting, and it was an easy read. Definitely in the category of Space Opera.
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