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True Calling (Volume 1) Paperback – June 30, 2015
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"A perfect blend of reality TV dating show meets super high-tech sci-fi meets teenage drama meets government conspiracies." Faridah Nassozi
"True Calling takes you on a stimulating journey, then screeches to an abrupt halt, leaving you dead in your tracks, screaming for more." Cheryl E. Rodriguez
"This is the type of book that you'll recommend to everyone you know..." Samantha Rivera.
"All I know is I can't wait for the next installment." Trisha Dawn.
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"I really loved this book! I liked the characters, the writing, the plot, the world-building....all of it." Lillian. Mom with a Reading Problem
"The story line was awesome, it kept me into it and was hard to put down." Kim Gailey. Superbookgirl13
"It is a true page turner and I can't wait for the sequel." Etnik. Geeky Bookie
"This is the first space book I have read ... and I know it won't be my last. Now my problem is this: I WANT THE NEXT BOOK NOW!" Amber Hodges. Paradise of Pages
"True Calling is a dystopian sci-fi romance that is FABULOUS!" Ashley. The Caffeinated Booknerd
"This series deserves to become as well-known as The Maze Runner, The Hunger Games, Divergent, etc... it's that good." Rose. Paranormal Books
"I was pleasantly surprised at the paranormal twists ... an original addition." Lola's Reviews
"I cannot put my love for this series into words ... easily one of my favorites." Danielle. RamblingB00ks
"This is a series I cannot put down. Wow!" Patricia Hamill. Author-Blogger.
From the Author
I write young adult science-fiction fantasy romance. I am well aware that a planet located twelve hundred miles from Earth is not realistic for a whole heap of reasons; however, I needed to position Planet Novo close to Earth to support the plot. I've used a considerable amount of creative license and it was necessary in order to tell the story the way I wanted. If you can't suspend belief, or you only enjoy factual or hard science fiction, then this is not the book for you. Thank you for taking the time to check out my work.
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I thoroughly enjoyed how the author built up the mystery about this new 'Planet Novo, leaving me to wonder just what exactly was going on there? Siobhan Davis then lures her readers into watching the blossoming romance form between Ariana and Cal, along with the ups and downs of their relationship/friendship.but then Zane enters the picture....
I'd recommend the True Calling books to anyone!
Part way through the novel, it morphs into a different form of sci- fi with information storing muscles, mind reading, computer hacking, and remote death possibilities. With all of this going on who do you trust? Every one seems to have ulterior motive. Enjoy.
I am also discovering that I love romance as long as it's in the context of something larger, and that's exactly what happens in this book. (Although I think I'm just about ready to try pure romance and see if I've given it short shrift.) The love story here is but a part of the high stakes good vs. evil/save the world story, and as a result it works perfectly for me. Plus I happen to adore love triangles, and Davis does them so beautifully that my heart aches.
Another thing I love about this author's writing is her detailed world building, especially her descriptions of structures and devices. She's really thought out how things look and work, and I can see the setting, characters, and props in my head, as well as the action. One thing I enjoy about her world building is that I don't have to strain to understand names, governments, and the other cultural paraphernalia you find in science fiction and fantasy. She presents her world so breezily that I don't get lost. I really appreciate that.
Now here is my highest compliment: I want to savor Siobhan's books so much that I've decided to pace myself, read one only every so often rather than all in a rush. But I'm not sure I'll be able to do that. I might just have to devour them. I'll let you know.