- Winner ...Best Dark Fantasy Author 2015
- Winner of Book Junkie's Choice Awards 2013 for Best New Series Fiction
- Winner of Book Junkie's Choice Awards 2013 for Best SciFi
- Winner of Awesome Trilogy/Series of The Year 2013
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Accini does a fantastic job of making unbelievable events believable. Character development is excellent, exactly as I would envision an individual dealing with such strange... Read morePublished 14 hours ago by VONDI
An enjoyable story! Not for kids as there are a few violent scenes, but fun to read. A mix between wimsicle, fantasy and science fiction.Published 16 hours ago by Bill Marvin
This story brings new questions of where we as a species are headed. Be kind to your pets you never know who they are talking to.Published 29 days ago by Dr. Chuck W. Lumpkin
Though I haven't finished it yet, I really like it! Honestly, I wasn't expecting all that much from it, but even though it has a slow, steady pace, there's a lot of depth in the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tabby
Love the idea that an alien was sent down to earth to save the animals, and I fell in love with the characters in the first book. Would recommend reading this series.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
J.k.accinni has created an interesting world with these books. The imagery used to describe this world is great and the story line to good.Published 1 month ago by HatchiNZ
Good read a bit strange but good
Like magic in places
Spots make you think
About the way we treat the other being on earth from... Read more
If you like Science Fiction and aliens this is the books for you. I like the way she intertwined Aliens with real life people and situations. Babe and Echo are the best aliens. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Where it isn't gross its boring.
Sophmoric human hating philosophy, which, if you are into that sort of thing, has been done better elsewhere.