Saturday, December 29, 2012

Review: Moon Dust by J. E. Nicassio

Received from: The Author
Genre: Sci-Fi
Release Date: 3/5/21012
Summary From B&
Samantha Hunter's life is transformed after a tragic accident kills her mother and brother in the mountains of Western Pennsylvania. Before, Samantha lived on the edge...she was fearless; after, Samantha was merely taking up space...she was dispirited. However, meeting up with Lucien Foster from New Mexico moves Samantha's life in meaningful new directions. She senses an otherworldly connection to Lucien, and before long he pulls her back to life. Samantha soon realizes that her and Lucien's paths have crossed before and begins to figure out his mysterious identity. Unlike Samantha, Division Six, a rogue covert government organization, has known about Lucien and his siblings for years, placing him in grave danger - and only Samantha can save him. However, if Samantha saves Lucien, he must leave her behind to save her...will saving Lucien mean losing her one true love? 

My Thoughts:

Moon Dust is a mesmerizing tale of secrets, love,  and characters that are out of this world. It is an enthralling read, that I couldn't put down. The storyline and characters are evoking. The writing was beautiful and captivating. This book blow me away, it was everything and more that I was hoping for.

Samantha Hunter gets in a car crash with her little brother and her mom. Her mom and her brother die,and she mysteriously survives. She blames the crash on herself. Her dad moves them to New Mexico. That is where she meets Lucien, a mysterious guy she feels like she knows from somewhere else. Through Lucien she learns about things out of this world. The book follows Sam through grief, romance, and adventure.

Sam is such an enjoyable character. She is spunky and independent. She also is not a puppy that does every thing Lucien says. Lucien is out of this world. He is very romantic, but he was a bit controlling at times. I love Sam and Lucien together, they are so enjoyable to read about. There is a bit of insta-love between them, but it is really not that bad. 

The writing is very captivating. The moment I start reading I could not stop. It is written so beautifully. The Sci-Fi with a splash of contemporary, takes Moon Dust to a whole other level of amazing.

I loved this book. It is like nothing I have ever read before. The storyline and characters are stunning and breathe taking. I highly recommend this book.

1 comment:

  1. I love books like this, so I'm going to have to add this one to my ever growing wishlist :) Great review!
    -Kimberly @ Turning the Pages


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