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Sara's Review: Galvanizing Sol (Valos of Sonhadra Novella) by Amanda Milo & Poppy Rhys


KINDLE UNLIMITED PUBLISHER: Amanda Milo & Poppy Rhys RELEASED: April 25, 2018 GENRE: SCIFI, FANTASY, ALIENS LENGTH: 104 pages FORMAT: EBOOK

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I always lose the women I love...

I'd been assigned to visit Earth's Interstellar Penitentiary System, Concord, where my girls were imprisoned.Stick to the plan, Sol, I tried to tell myself. That went to hell when the prison ship crashed. Well, a little before then. See, the ship wasn't just holding prisoners--they were being used for experiments.

They were torturing them.

They were torturing my girls.

I consider myself a level-headed man, but when I found that out, I lost my sh*t.

Had we not wrecked, I'd have lost a whole lot more.

I knew they were still alive--they had to be.

Somewhere, on this planet where everything wanted to eat you, were the only two women in the universe that I had left. That I loved.

Until her. THREE BOUNDLESS STARS

This is set in the same world as the 9 Valos of Sanhadra novels and is about Preta and Charlie’s dad who they realized was there on the planet looking for them. You will need to read the novels Tempest and Alluvial in this world to understand this novella. I had trouble towards the end of the story and dialog wasn’t making a lot of sense. But I got fed up trying to decipher it, so I just moved on. The story also got a little discombobulated a few times, and I didn’t know what was going on. What I did like is we were finally given an idea of why the creators of the Valos left, which was a relief. That was one thing that bugged me throughout the story. So I liked that. I also liked that we got to check back in with Charlie and Petra and see how they are. It was hard for me to picture Sol being their dad, he just seemed to be written as a much younger man. But it was good to see them reunited. I am giving this story 3 Boundless stars, it was good.


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