Beth's Review: CARNIVAL (The Spark Form Chronicles #2) by Matt Doyle
Author Provided Copy
Released: March 1, 2016
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, LGBTQ, Dystopian
Length: 250 pages
Matt Doyle's Science Fiction / Fantasy duology, The Spark Form Chronicles, reaches its exciting conclusion! With overblown visuals, stunning entrances and bloody battles played out in real time by holograms, Spark Forming has become far more than a simple card game. Drawing in fans from across the Colonies, no other sporting event creates a bigger buzz than the annual two day tournament to crown a new Spark Form World Champion. As day two of the tournament begins, the top four competitors are readying themselves for the battles that lay ahead. But will their toughest battles take place in arena, or will they be forced to focus on goals other than the championship? Can John Forrester prove that an AI can be alive? Can Fahrn find absolution? With Carnival’s existence hanging in the balance, how hard each player is willing to fight has never been more important …
Five (Huge) Boundless Stars
I was provided a copy in exchange for an honest review. Having read Wick, I was thrilled he offered and jumped on it! I loved Wick; and now, I absolutely love Carnival too!
Sometimes in life, things just get overwhelmingly busy and I need a break. Matt Doyle has created the perfect place for respite. I love this dystopian world he has created; the holographic characters fighting to the death, while providing the type of entertainment everyone can relate to. I highly recommend both books! I rate CARNIVAL with 5 HUGE Boundless Stars! Doyle has exceeded my expectations with this book! Thank you!