Book Review: Solaris Seethes

Solaris Seethes (Solaris Saga Book 1)Solaris Seethes by Janet McNulty
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Rynah has barely escaped with her life, as her planet’s magnetic force spins out of alignment. Her estranged grandfather’s ship, Solaris, is her only chance to escape. As it turns out her crazy grandfather was right about the prophecies and those old stones, and she must decipher the cryptic legends about them to prevent them from falling into the wrong hands. Fortunately, Solaris is far more helpful there than she ever imagined.

Solaris Seethes is the first book in a series that follows Rynah and her band of misfits across the galaxy in a ship with a personality all her own as she seeks to right wrongs and avenge her people. Not the most original sci-fi storyline, but still a good one. The plot and the characters are interesting, and the depth of the characters is well thought out, but the writing/editing really needs some work. There are really random parenthetical phrases throughout where it should be just basic description rather than the aside indicated by the parentheses, and somewhat awkward transitions, which is in stark contrast to the relatively believable dialogue and quickly moving plot. Still I look forward to the rest of the series and hope Rynah finds her redemption.

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