Relics of Andromeda – Song of Ancients (Book 1) by Jonathan Michael Erickson (Book Review #552)

Relics of Andromeda is a science fiction novel written about Anka living in a world where relics have ruined what used to be an ideal living environment. The colonists of Andromeda find alien technology that can control humans and provide them with power enabling them to bend space and time. The story is set 500 years in the future, and 70 years after the colonist’s discovery, Anka finds one of these alien objects and takes on a trip to deliver the relic to one of the ancestors. The task is not easy, and the alien begins to take control of her mind.

Anka’s personality was strong, and she was determined. Her group of friends and the journey she took was very intriguing. The story entices the reader’s ability to imagine, visualize and swim into this storyline filled with interconnected scenes.

 

The pace of the story was steady, and the literature was written with care. The book comes in sequels and so the backstory needed to be strong.

 

I recommend this book to people who enjoy fantasy-based novels, and science fiction readers.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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