Stormi's Review: Trispero by Sean Adelman
Released: March 24th 2015
Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense
Length: 252 pages
Format: eBook, Paperback
Our intellect directs us. Our humanity defines us. What if the key to unlocking our genetic code and our future lay within some of our most disenfranchised individuals? Would we still shun them? Seattle in the year 2330: centuries of conflict have led to this precipice. If the world is to move forward, Olivay has the difficult task of teaching Alucia her history. Olivay knows that without understanding where she came from Alucia will never be able to help humanity explore the universe. In present day Seattle, Jason Roy is a scientist whose life revolves around his daughter, Lily. Within her genome lies a secret that Jason has dedicated himself to uncovering. The mundane life of a scientist and his family takes a turn when a multinational corporation decides Jason Roy's research is a danger to them. Jason and Lily are now running away from an unforeseen enemy and toward a discovery that will change mankind. Altering the world may come too late for Jason to save what matters most in his own world. The great irony of unlocking our genetic potential was finding that our greatness was found in our love for one another. -Trispero almanac
Four Boundless Stars
Trispero, follows Jason and his daughter, Lily, before and after her birth. The before is a sad tale, but the after tells a story that inspires and also shows the sad reality of the world we live in. The research Jason is coming across is putting him, his career, and most importantly Lily in danger. Together they must fight a common enemy. This book really grabbed me early on. It told such a sad and fascinating tale that it was hard to put down. It got a bit slow as the story progressed mainly because it got harder to understand with all the science stuff, but I kept reading and was glad that I did. This book shows the love of all things different. It shows that being different as a person just may be the most important thing of all. While some see being different or having a certain health issue as a fault, sometimes ignoring that and living life and accepting this is the best way to go. This book teaches to love no matter what. I had to rate this a 4 because throughout the book I found some mistakes in names. You would be reading a paragraph about Jason but it would be using Nate's name instead or vice versa. Other than this issue, it was written very well. And the ending was amazing. Just a side note (which once you read you will understand): Lily is a wonderful person in this book. I fell in love with her as a character. Shes quirky and just hard not to love. Jason is the same. His love for his daughter is amazing.