Strength of a Thousand by Ryan Tang (Book Review #746)

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Strength of a thousand is the book of the science and sorcery series. The science fiction novel begins with Alex. She has a dream, and that is to escape from the space colonies. In the search for the Paragons that were 50-foot tall machines, Alex then began a journey discovering the truth behind why they were exiled in the first place.

The leaders do not want to return to how things were before. They are happy with the demonic gods, and so the war begins with the giant robots and the demonic gods.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Alex’s friend, Jared, develops a new paragon design and the story kind of picks up from there. His friendship, personality and the skills he offers as a developer really shaped the novel. I exceptionally enjoyed Alex’s relationship and dynamic with her friends wanting just to rebuild the Library Spire and the promise of wanting a better world for everyone.

The story was fun. It relished on the constitution of friendship, love and trusting one another. The author created a beautiful world with descriptive storytelling and interesting scenes. The science behind the fiction wasn’t too strong to be off-putting.

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes urban fantasy and mecha anima stories.

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