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A brief overview, without giving away spoilers. The story takes place on a planet in another solar system. Much information is given in the prologue about how the population was distributed on the planet. The planet ends up with three main population groups. The story revolves around a small group of scientists in one of the population groups. Their group will sooon be running out of the fuel that is vital to survival, and the scientists are intent on finding a new source of fuel. The story is the journey to finding a new source and what happens on that journey.
I like the idea of the story overall and can see great potential to make this into a series. My difficulty with the story was the third person point of view. For me this made it very difficult to connect with any of the characters. Overall I found the point of view rather clinical, which perhaps was the authors intent as the story was about scientists. I wish more time had been spent on character development, and connecting with the characters and less time on some of the unimportant details. There were a couple times when I felt the author was going that way, but then it wasn’t pursued.
Excited by the story line ideas this author had, and hope to see her pursue her writing with deeper character development and less exposition. She’s on the right track.
It does get a bit too monotonous and descriptive at times but it doesn't really cause a hindrance to your reading. The plot is different and I enjoyed it. So yep, if you are a sci-fi person this is for you!