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Freelance book reviewer, artist, author, blogger, former mechanic, and stay at home mom.
I give this book a 4/4 rating. It was a masterpiece of its own. I love the view it showed. It gave a diffrent feel to how the apocolypse could be. When you see it through the deads eyes, it gives a whole new prespective. It shows that sometimes you have to dig deeper to see the truth that lays beneath the surface. Things are not always what they seem to be. I found no spelling or grammar errors in this book. It had me gripped from the moment i started, until i finished. I highly recommend this book, and would love to read more by this author.
[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of The Orb by Tara Basi.] To be honest I'm actually still reading the book. Im over half way through it and haven't found any grammar or spelling issues. Ive been taking my time reading it, as sometimes i have many distractions around me and i don't want to miss any details. The world which this book is based in, is amazing. Its a future where human beliefs are different but very much the same as today, and the past. During the whole story you can see how everyones lives hang on their beliefs, even in this super advanced world. They have head gear, and virtual reality much like we do today, but identity is an issue for one of our main characters. Following her, while she tries to solve the mystery that the second main character gives her role more depth. You see the struggle, and the on going war. Even after all the violence has ended, the one question remains, who hired an AI to kill KiKi? I give this story a 4/4 and highly recommend it for anyone that loves sci-fi. I would love to see more from this author as well. Thank you for allowing me to read your book.