Sunday, March 25, 2012

Shooting Stars by Leslie Hodgson

 
 
 About the book:

"Every Star in the Universe is a World. In the realm of the twelve Zodiac Constellations, the tyrant Gershon uses lies, deception and pain to conquer and rob people of their freedom and he wants all threats to his dominion killed.

Hidden on Earth from him are two teenagers, Stella and Isaac, who are entirely unaware they are inherent of the Zodiacs through the royal line. After some life altering events, they learn they have the ability and powers to possibly free the Zodians from Gershon, but will they accept the danger? Isaac and Stella are caught in a whirlwind of events both tragic and exciting as they travel the Universe and team with creatures from Constellations such as Pegasus and Draco and learn about their heritage."
 
 My Review:

Shooting Stars by Leslie Hodgson wasn't anything like I thought it would be. I was expecting some sci-fi type novel. Instead I was pleasantly surprised to find what I would consider a fantasy novel. When I began reading I was immediately drawn in by the action and the characters. Stella was a very realistic teenage girl who isn't so sure of herself and needed constant reassurance. Issac was the typical teenage boy, thinking he can do anything. I enjoyed the relationship between the siblings and the bond that they shared. Added into their lives were mythical creatures like winged horses and dragons! I loved the twists and turns that came at every corner. This novel was so full of action and the unexpected that I could not set it down! Overall this book is a great read! I was sad at the ending, I felt that it ended rather abruptly. I hope that means that there is another novel in the works to wrap up all of the loose ends. If so, I will be reading it! 

 
You can pick up the kindle version here.

You can pick up the print version here.

You can pick up the e-book version here.
 
You can pick up the nook version here.
 
Happy Reading!!!
 
I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review.
Source:  Author/Publisher


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