Monday, 6 March 2017

The Lilac Sky (The Troma Chronicles, #1) by Diana Gardin (Review)

    The world in ending, and that is not even Isla's biggest problem. Being launched away from the collapsing planet earth, the strange Isla is thrown into a  foreign alien world where the people are all powerful, beautiful and containing shades of blue or purple in their hair and bodies. She doesn't know where she was, why she was there and what these strange people want with her. As she spends more time in their world, the stakes rack up and the mystery deepens.
       Entertaining and interesting, the Lilac Sky is definitely a book meant to be read for entertainment not depth. Isla was a mediocre main character with a little bit of character development. She was okay, but nothing special. The biggest strength of this book was the romantic tension that existed between Isla and her two alien suiters. The dynamic between the three of them was riddled with interesting and engaging interactions. The universe that this book takes place in is a mixture of sci-fi and fantasy. The story takes place on an alien world you will find magically powered women in a matriarchy cultured world. It was an interesting dynamic because the women have all the supernatural powers but were still stripped of their ability to choose how and where to live their lives. All in all, The Lilac Sky was entertaining but was nothing amazing. I give it the rating of THREE AND A HALF STARS OUT OF FIVE!!!
*Advanced Readers Copy Review*

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