Beth's Review: Sway's Demise (Earth's Peril) by Jess Harpley
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Publisher: J.D. Harpley
Released: May 13, 2016
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Length: 200 pages
Format: ebook, paperback
After making peace with the desolate and stranded alien race, the Priyon, civilization limped on. Humanity occupies but a fraction of the globe at a stagnant abridgement of technology from the Priyon warning: Don't rebuild, or the darkness that destroyed their world will come to Earth. Now eight young men and women from a small community will be the only barrier between the enemy of old, and the survival of the human race. Can they persevere, or will it be their demise?
Five Huge Boundless Stars
A new series is born from the same writer that gave us The Mill, and it’s just as good, or better (I can’t decide which yet). I was offered this book in exchange for an honest review; and once again, I honestly loved it! Because I read The Mill, I couldn’t wait to dive into Sway's Demise, so it moved up on my list a bit; it was such a addicting book, I read it in a few sittings so the others got my attention soon enough.
The characters are introduced in such a way; we feel compassion, friend and even love for them right away. I was instantly brought into this wonderfully unusual world Harpley creates.
Overall, a huge 5 Boundless Stars book I would recommend to anyone that can read!