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The Otherness Factor: Book 2 (Sic Transit Terra) Kindle Edition
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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As diabolical as the Thryggians were it doesn’t specify why or the types of atrocities they committed. They created a killer virus to what gain and why did it take so long to stop them? Being the villains of the story they weren't in the story much. Abner and Rose's lives could've been better "documented." They landed on an uninhabited planet where are the details of their new and strange encounters. I would've liked to have known the reason behind the Kularian concealment and why they had to leave they're planet. What experiments did the Thryggians conduct on Abner and Rose to create an offspring with the types of capabilities Lania had. The end was lacking that uumph factor for me. Even one of the characters mentioned its lack of drama. It also seemed rushed.
What I liked: the different points of views, the idea of a galactic community and communications, earth wasn’t the "top dog" of space. Overall good concept and ideas, it just needed more action.
The development of multiple protagonists and the individual viewpoints of the same set of interactions is handled so smoothly that I was drawn in and didn't want to put the book down!
I look forward to reading more of this authors work and finding the previous novel in this series and others in this series!