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A BookViral Review Of From The Sky By J.E. Nicassio

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SUMMARY:

An inter-dimensional being from a distant world stranded on earth learns what it means to give up everything for a human. The ordinary becomes extraordinary. Follow Samantha Hunter and Lucien Foster through grief, romance, secret government organizations, redemption, and survival that spans galaxies. There’s something bigger happening around her, and to her, too, and this is just the beginning.

The BookViral Review:

A clever and absorbing read, From The Sky is the new release from J.E. Nicassio and it’s sure to send your imagination into overdrive. With a refreshingly original premise underpinning her tale it makes for a relatively quick read, but it’s one in which Nicassio’s made every word count. Delivering a well-conceived and intriguing page turner which notably manages to avoid the trite clichés of the genre, her characters are imaginatively observed and well nuanced to bring out their distinctive persona’s along with the peculiarities of their other worldly origins. Altogether, it makes for a visually compelling and atmospheric narrative, whilst Nicassio confidently manipulates the multiple threads of her plot without floundering in the detail. With just the right balance of romance, intrigue and action, the alien elements aren’t overplayed, but work wonderfully together without being predictable. Most importantly, Samantha Hunter is a strong enough character to carry a series, which will certainly draw much interest from fans of the genre.

Sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats and the pages rapidly turning, From The Sky definitely deserves your attention and bodes well for future releases from Nicassio. It is highly recommended.

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