*****There is much to love in Andria Stone's Edge of the Future...there is much that she really does well. First off, the cover is great--too many indie authors skimp here...Edge of the Future jumps around our solar system with space travel, mechanical bio suits, nanobots, gun-toting cyborgs, etc. and so the cover really does it justice. The characters are great and there's a great chemistry...Stone really captures the essence of how guys relate to each other.
I also appreciated how things like racial diversity weren't lost to humanity...and the diversity didn't feel forced or cliché. It's a little less heavy than The Expanse, but takes place in a world with a similar feel, sans the injection of dour noir mystery and instead focusing on the adventure and plot (like the Star Trek movies have done). If you liked The Expanse, you will like this book. Check out Edge of the Future!
From: The BookLife Prize ~ Critic's Report
*****A Futuristic Thriller: Stone's novel, Edge of the Future, begins with an explosion--literally--and the pyrotechnics continue for the rest of the story. The plot is well paced and is borne along well by its main characters: scientist Mark Warren, his "wingman" protector Sergeant Axel Von Radach, and Beth Coulter, an identity-shifting villain, whose evil schemes keep the plot twisting and turning.
From: LiteraryRebel ~