Monday, April 27, 2015

The Leviathan Chronicles: The Last Stand At Aeprion By: James Mascia **Review By Amy

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*Disclaimer* I received this book from Goddess Fish Promotions in return for a fair and honest review.

Joel and Kate are on a journey of a lifetime. They are aboard a spaceship looking for the planet named Aeprion. During their journey they discovered a large, very large, boulder that had a secret map written on it, but it had to be decoded, per say. They weren’t the only ones looking for this planet, an Alien called Kraxem. He automatically made enemies out of anyone that stood in his way and stopped at nothing to eliminate his enemies. Would he be successful in this? Would Joel and Kate be able to meet their goal?

I will be completely honest, I did not think I was going to like this book, but it sounded interesting so I wanted to give it a try. I am SO glad that I read it. It was a short and a fast read, but a fun read. I was afraid it would be hard to understand as it might have too much “scientific” lingo which it didn’t. It had an easy to follow story line and a fun read. There was some great action scenes and put you on the edge of your seat to see what was going to happen next.  The author did a great job with his descriptions of the people, the aliens, the spaceships, and the scenery. It made it feel like it was a journey you could walk out your door and embark on. 
I would recommend this book to you, whether you are a huge science fiction fan or not.  If you are on the fence, I think you will be surprised at the story line he created with the characters. This book has made me actually want to branch out my reading a little bit more than my normal reads and I will be checking out some more of this authors works!




Genre: Fantasy, Sci-Fi
Warnings: None
Ages: Young Adult / NA
Series: None
Rating: 5/5

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**Review By Amy, posted by Dany!

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