Review of Warpworld (Warpworld #1)

WarpworldWarpworld by Kristene Perron
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is defiantly worth picking up any fan of science fiction writing. The book plot reminds me a little bit of the tv show Stargate meets anthropology to some minor extant. The main character Seg is a cultural theorist who charters Ama’s boat to search for vita to prevent the Storm from expanding on his world. Ama and Segs relationship is simple to begin with but as Ama gets to know Seg she slowly begins to trust him. Meanwhile Ama father gets taken by in the authorities on Ama’s world in an attempt to find Ama and Seg. Near the end of the book Seg returns to Ama’s world to save her father as he promised. In addition Seg aids the rebellion on Ama’s world to overthrow the religious rulers of her world and the people who aid them while searching for the vita needed for his world. The book concludes by Seg and Ama returning to Seg’s world to explorer other worlds by Seg’s side. I’m defiantly looking forward to reading the next book.

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