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Solid Ground Review4:52 PM
Name : Solid Ground Author : Katherine McIntyre Genre : Romance, Sci-fi, New Adult Kindle edition, 26 pages This book was provided,...
Name: Solid Ground
Author: Katherine McIntyre
Genre: Romance, Sci-fi, New Adult
Kindle edition, 26 pages
This book was provided, in exchange for an honest review.
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"Mags Javiks has one day left until she boards a spaceship to start her ambassador training, one day in which to admit her love for her best friend Lex. To do so, she will have to trade the solid ground of a comfortable past relationship for the unknown frontier of a possible future together."
Oh thank god this wasn't any longer than 26 pages, I don't think I could've read more of their "love".
I feel lied to. I feel like they gave me something in the cover and then something completely different in the book.
|'twas a sad realization|
That's it, you ask?
And then the book ends.
Don't get me wrong, I didn't dislike the book just cause I didn't get something more than some kiss. The whole book revolves around their relationship. Their relationship is poorly written. Logically, this means the whole book is not that great to read. I was promised spaceships and all I got were a few descriptions of some sci-fi thingies and that's it. How can you do a science fiction book and not introduce HEAVY SCI-FI elements? Put some spaceships, some aliens even, weird experiments, SPACE. Even if this is New Adult and I get that the main focus should be on them, at least make their relationship so good that I won't notice that I have no idea about the world they live in.
I couldn't care less about any of the characters. In fact, they were getting me more annoyed rather than me enjoying reading about them.
|i am hannibal.|