Zepharius: Volume 2 by Mel Snyder (Book Review #748)

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The second book in the series is a xenophilic political thriller continuing what was left from book one. After Zepharius finding allies in the underground of the Gisaawekian, she finds herself endangered again with the added inner turmoil, paranoia, and complications undermining her own strength and presence.

Zepharius’s goal is still the same, to protect her planet, but this time she isn’t alone. However, this time around, friendly planets are now enemies, and on top of things, Zepharius isn’t sure if her newfound group of friends are also trustworthy.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The story really gets you into the depth of its story and plot. Introducing a much broader casting crew and drama to the mix, the author takes you in an adventure the reader finds hard to put down.

As much as I wanted to, I couldn’t ignore the editing issues that were present in book two. As a book editor, I can always notice mistakes, and that was such a shame since I found the book to be well written.

The pace was fast, and the world-building was minimized. Emphasis was mostly put into action scenes and the relationships between the characters. The fact that the story has a strong female lead is very appealing to me.

I would recommend this story to people who like to read sci-fi, action, suspense, drama and thriller stories.

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