Sea of Stars Review


Title: Sea of Stars (Kricket #2)
Author: Amy A. Bartol
Publication Date: March 31, 2015
More information on Goodreads.

I received a copy of this book via NetGalley from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

I don’t even know where to begin with this review. I was pretty excited to read this book because book 1 ended so greatly. While this book started off alright, I definitely skimmed through most of it. I feel kind of bad for review this because there wasn’t much about this book that I enjoyed.

Trey and Kyon and Kricket (the three main characters) annoyed the heck out of me. Trey was way to protective. He wanted to kill everything and everyone who harmed Kricket: past, present, and future. He was way to over protective. He wouldn’t let her leave his sight, yet it was okay for him to leave her when the need be. Kyon was way too possessive to be considered attractive. I’ve read reviews for book 3 and people are drooling over him. I don’t understand, how can a person who see women as objects be attractive? No. Nope. Never. I’d rather be single than be with someone like that. and Kricket, she didn’t fight to hard to change things, even though she can see the future and try to change the outcome.

I can’t say much about the plot, because there isn’t much of one to begin with. There’s a war going on and all they do is run away and have sex.

The only reason I’m continuing on with this series is because, why stop now? I’m almost done, only one book left. Although I have a feeling is going to be worse than the first two.

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