- File Size: 2047 KB
- Print Length: 180 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 12, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077DGJPMT
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Invaded (Homeworld Trilogy #2) Kindle Edition
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As with the first book, this story is told entirely from Tess's point of view. Torn from her home and shipped off to a hostile alien planet, she is desperate to return home and rescue her parents. We experience the injustice of society through her eyes, and sympathize with her plight. Although everyone else sees Tess as a terrorist, we see her as the liberator of her people (if only they knew it.) The action progresses at a steady pace, but the characters do have time to regroup and reflect, so we get a sense of their emotions and motivations.
I personally have not read the War of the Worlds by HG Wells (shocking, I know!). I did not find it at all difficult to follow the storyline. Although there may be inside information or references I didn't get, it did not reduce my enjoyment of the tale. I'm very excited to read the conclusion of this trilogy.
I volunteered to review an ARC of this novel.
While Tess & Matt are waiting for the nanobots to rebuild their transportation after the events which concluded book one, realization strikes. This is war. They really started a war.
Now there’s no way back, only forward and so they march toward the Great Council. Back-up will arive shortly and than they will topple over the Great Council and reclame Earth.
Only... life rarely goes as we plan and indeed, Matt and Tess are facing more challenges than they could ever anticipate. But they are resilient and tenacious and face their ordeals head on.
I’ve had a few thoughts while reading that something sounded rather convenient (without spoilering: screws one way that needed to be undone but the other way around, when they can’t reach the screws, there’re tabs instead of screws) so that’s why I’m only giving 4 stars. It didn’t diminish the pleasure of reading this book though so I definitely recommend this series.
This story is captivating and has some fun twists that really add to the story, I loved reading it and I’m looking forward to read the conclusion of this trilogy.
I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own.
We jump in right where Drafted left off. Tess and Matt are in a race against time to beat the radicals and save earth but nothing is as it seems when they witness the fourth cylinder landing.
*I recieved a free copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving this review.
I received a free copy of the book but my review is completely voluntary and unbiased.
A great continuation of this new sci to series! I liked how the plot continues smoothly and the characters grew. I liked the twists and the ending. Can't wait for the next book. Overall, very well written.