Saturday 18 November 2017

There Once Were Stars (Dome 1618 #1)

There Once Were Stars (Dome 1618 #1) 

My Review:

Wow! What a rollercoaster. It's safe to say I'm a fan of Dystopian books. I've read some really good ones this year. There once was stars is up there with the best.

I didn't know what to expect with this one, and the synopsis doesn't do this book justice. This book can be read as a standalone. However book 2, Here skies surround us is due out now, and I can't wait to read it!

Nat has lived her whole life inside a Dome. It is a sanctuary from a deadly virus that wiped out life as we know it now. Her parents were scientists, who got wrapped up in the crossfire of the changing world. Nat lives with her grandparents and dreams of the outside world. Her mother left her a journal of her adventures, and Nat lives through her memories. It's her 18th birthday and it's time to contribute to the Dome. Nat doesn't know what she wants to do and is jealous her friends already have their paths mapped out. Nat needs to work out her place in the dome.

Evan is the spanner in the works. He is an outsider and he comes with mystery. He knows Nat before they meet. He is confident and cocky. Nat is drawn to him. She has some big decisions to make.

The dome offers peace, love, and order or so they say, but if you open your eyes to the closer details it may just get you killed.

There once were stars is a suspense mystery novel. It has a love triangle and heart racing moments. There is danger and excitement. This book is an easy 5 stars. I thank Chapter by Chapter for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.

£11.20 Paperback
Published April 26th, 2016 by Month9Books  


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