Callisto 2.0 by Susan English (Book Review #975)


Callisto 2.0 is a science fiction novel about a fascinating woman named Cali moving to a station orbiting the moon in order to work on a high-speed, technically advanced machine. Cali is a physicist, and this opportunity is excellent for her. Cali loves her new job. Everyone is friendly and loving to her, but soon things change, and Cali realizes a few betrayals she then has to deal with.

This is the first book in the Shambhala saga feminist sci-fi series. I was expecting a lot of foundation and back story to create more sideline stories for the future books. I was not disappointed.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I was not a big fan of the book cover, and the book needed professional formatting. This didn’t take away from enjoying the content.

What really stood out most to me was the world-building. The Shambhala space station is so technically advanced that it genuinely amazes sci-fi fans. The author was in her element and created a wonderful female-oriented world.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read deep space stories and futuristic tales.

Written by Jeyran Main

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