The Andromedans by Elizabeth Lang #bookReview

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Andromedans_BookCover (624 x 920)Sometimes you have to lose yourself to find out who you really are.

After being kidnapped by a bounty hunter and getting mixed up with a band of rebels, Adrian and Kali are finally together. They find a quiet corner of the galaxy to live in peace and…who are we kidding…

Just when they think it’s safe, the unthinkable happens. Adrian, a man who prides himself on the perfect mind, loses everything, forcing Kali to revisit what she is willing to do in order to save him, and this time the stakes are even higher. Not only does Adrian’s life hang in the balance but the survival of two galaxies.

Just who are these Andromedans and why are they willing to go to such lengths to destroy us? What do they want with Adrian? And who is crazy enough to go to the Andromedan galaxy to rescue him?

My review:

I was pretty impressed by the first two books (read my review here). I was really hoping that the next book would be just as good and I wasn’t let down. The series is really coming together and I like that with each book the writer’s style has really cleaned up and the story flows nicely. I was impressed with the addition of new characters. They helped showcase the relationship between Kali and Adrian. Kali had to hone her abilities and use them, which is not as easy as it sounds. Jumping back and forth between the galaxies, The Andromedans is a fast paced, put together scifi. I am really stoked to read the last one, which I think is the final in the series. Pick it up, it’s a pretty decent scifi!

IMG_0858-0About the author:

Elizabeth Lang is first and foremost, a geek with the obligatory love of science fiction and fantasy. She spent most of her life in the computer industry designing computer systems for world domination the mundane industry of life insurance, which is surprisingly, not as exciting as it sounds.

Now she creates enchanted worlds of magic, explores the human condition in the light of future technology and civilizations, and dreams about world domination. Or at least, some of her characters do.

Her first book, The Empire was fortunate enough to be a finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards and she has never looked back.


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