- File Size: 762 KB
- Print Length: 428 pages
- Publisher: Bolide Publishing Limited (April 27, 2018)
- Publication Date: April 27, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079Q616H9
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #192,094 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Traveler, like its fantastically awesome predeceors, was a book I found to be extremely difficult to put down, but at the same time never wanted to finish. I’ve been in love with Anderson’s creative world building and writing style and I can honestly say that her stories just keep getting better and better. This book was such a blast to experience. I mean that by the way — cause you’re not just reading when it comes to this series… you will FEEL like you’re actually part of the journey and kicking ass along with the characters!
There were so many things going on in this book that at times it felt really chaotic. But, it was without a doubt the BEST kind of chaos. Anderson never fails to surprise me and I always have such an incredibly awesome time reading her stories. Traveler definitely took the spunk, wit, and craziness on another level. There was never a single dull moment and I absolutely enjoyed never knowing exactly just where the story was going. It was satisfyingly fast-paced with plenty of action, jaw-dropping twist and turns, hilarious dialogue, sweet moments, and of course some insane intergallic fun as everything goes from bad to worse… Cause that’s just the way it is. Zander, Sally and Blayde always seem to fall into the best misfortunes in all of the galaxies. Which, if you ask me, is definitely not a bad thing. I really loved being able to spend time with my favorite space squad. Oh and I also liked that there was a little bit more romance. There were some kissing, touching and swoony scenes. Even if it wasn’t what I expected, I thought it was still cute. Not going to say anymore and ruin the fun for you, but if you’ve read Starstruck and Alienation, then just be preprared for whatever comes. In this series, anything is a possibility…literally ANYTHING.
The characters were just as great and even more lovable. It was really nice to see Sally grow into a badass heroine. Not that she wasn’t before, but she definitely stepped up. She was fierce, driven, and still as adorable as ever. Blayde was sassy like always. She did take a little backseat in this one, but I liked that Anderson gave a little glimpse at her sensitive and sweet side. Zander… well he’s Zander. Always charming, a little mysterious, and forever protecting and looking out for Sally. The new additions were pretty awesome too. Nim was interesting and I can’t wait to see more of him. BUT, it was Two who stole a piece of my heart. Two made me laugh so many times and I enjoyed every scenes with him.
This book is hands down my favorite so far. Not only was it insanely fun, but every aspect of this book was flawlessly structured, breathtaking and left me wanting more. I traveled to fascinating destinations, met new characters that were quirky and fun, and saw the awesome trio take on the universe once again. But what I loved most about Traveler was how admist all the chaos, mishaps, twists and turns, Anderson managed to incorporate some real life issues… Issues that are actually very present right now in the real world. I really love books that not only entertain, but also inspire me to think about what’s truly important in life.
With an amazingly evocative and vivid writing style, chock full of humor, a thrilling storyline, quirky and multidimensional characters, and new adventures, Traveler is such a delightful read. I smiled, I laughed, and had the most wonderful and hilariously fun space travel experience. I definiely cannot wait where Sally, Zander, and Blayde will jump to next. Will they land at the wrong place at the wrong time again… or are they actually jumping to places they’re destined to be… Who knows?
Current Status: Impatiently waiting for Book 4. Anderson, is it possible to time travel a few months into the future so I can find out what happens next?
Huge thanks to S.E. Anderson and Bolide Publishing for sending me an ARC and a copy of this book. But, I knew I would love it, so I actually preordered the ebook. Now I have three copies I can take with me everywhere!
All thoughts and opinions are my own. And if you ask me, I definitely think you should start this series right now.
Since this was book 3 in the Starstruck series, I won’t be going in to any details, to avoid spoilers. I thoroughly enjoyed it though. So, I’ll talk about how fun and exciting it was.
This one had an enjoyably fast pace, and plenty of action! I loved where the story took us this time. Anderson never ceases to amaze with her writing and story telling. I loved how vividly detailed everything was, and how she kept the feel of the first book, even though we met new characters, and traveled to a different setting.
Once again, Sally blew me away. She has a real knack for getting out of sticky situations, while keeping her wits about her. She was brave and kick ass without stepping outside of her own personality and mannerisms. She was just Sally, and I loved her.
Zander and Blayde changed a little for me, but in good ways. They kept their mystery. Blayde kept her snark, and Zander kept his aloofness. But, they also both became a little more personable, and both grew on me (if this was even possible).
Through all the adventure and danger, Anderson was able to capture raw emotion and weave it in to the blanket of space and time. She brought up past issues that Sally hadn’t quite worked through completely. She brought up new issues for the trio to tackle, found a way to bring up a discussion about fate and faith, and she introduced and developed some dynamic characters, like Ter and Kork, that won’t be forgotten. She did all of this while keeping the humor, pop culture references, and excitement in the series. My only negative was realizing I now have to wait for book 4!
I had the opportunity to read this e-ARC for free, in exchange for my honest review, after connecting with the author through The Book Robin Hoods site.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book which was supplied by Bookfunnel