People of the Sun by Jason Parent - Book Review

Friday, January 26, 2018

All life comes from the sun. Sometimes, death comes with it.

Filled with hope and driven by fear, four would-be heroes are driven from their home planet in a desperate bid to save their civilization from extinction. But survival takes on a whole new meaning when a malfunction sends their ship plummeting toward Earth.

Surviving the crash is only the first obstacle on their path to salvation. The marooned aliens soon discover that Earth’s beautiful exterior masks an ugly foundation, a place inhabited by a warrior race that’s on a path toward self-destruction. (Goodreads)

The story is good. I really liked it. However, there was one really annoying problem. It was told in multiple short sentences. Which can be really tedious to read. Which is a real shame. Because the idea was wonderful.
In all seriousness, this was kind of a disappointment and I think if it went through another round of editing, it would have been much better.

Rating: 2.5/5
Buy it: Amazon

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