A Space Between Worlds Vol.1: Conception by J.D. Woodson (Book Review # 32)

I was given this book by the Author & Royal James Publishing for a review.

Here is a story written about two concepts, Shanti and Reno. This fantasy book is not like the ones you have read before. It is entirely out of the box and style of which we are accustomed to in the 21st century. The book follows Shanti and Reno’s desire to understand who they are, where they come from and unravels secrets that ultimately define their future.

The interesting part is that they are beings and nothing more. The conception is that one is a faceless songstress with a curse to remain that way, so she hides behind a disguise. The other is a florist with no recollection of his past pursuing answers, and until he finds the truth, there is nothing he can do to move forward. It is almost like he is in limbo. Are you confused yet?

Since the author has a poetic background, the book was written in a very different style of literature. There were too many explicitly written feelings and emotions that took away from the flow of the tale. The plot and storyline were fascinating. I applaud the writer’s skill in bringing forward an innovative form of a manuscript and look forward to reading more of his work.


Anyone that has read a few fantasy, science fiction books and is into deeper conceptualized content writing, can easily understand and enjoy this book. My recommendation would be that if you are picking this book up as a first time, Sci-Fi reader then, don’t.

The story is about love, redemption, strength, realism and time, all things useful and necessary.

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 Written by Jeyran Main

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