Mr. Taxi by J.S. Frankel (Review by Melanie V””V – #NerdGirlVamp)

Mr Taxi

Title: Mr. Taxi 

Author:  J.S. Frankel 

Published Date: August 1st 2015

Genre: YA 

Rating:

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Synopsis

Driving the scum of the universe around the universe one customer at a time.

Harry Yumel, rebellious teen, is stuck driving a space taxi for the inhabitants of the universe. Saddled with a huge debt, hating his life on the spaceport where he lives, he is offered a chance to smuggle items by Shayala—call me Shay—the beautiful leader of a black market ring. Knowing that the sentence for getting caught is death, he nevertheless takes a chance, and soon finds himself top dog in the space taxi business.

However, things are never what they seem. Harry finds out that Shay is secretly a government operative trying to find out the real leader who is behind the black market. He also learns that this mystery man is building a weapon of unimaginable power that could rip the fabric of the universe apart. When Shay goes missing, Harry has to journey to the end of the galaxy and face off against a fearsome foe that holds the power of life and death in the palm of his hand.

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***Melanie – #NerdGirlVamp’s  Review***

This is the first book that I have read by this author and the story idea was quite intriguing. YA Scfi FI is not an easy genre to get right and for the most part this has it. The biggest problem for me was the pacing at the beginning. It felt like it took too long for me to get the information that I needed to get invested but once it got there I was glad that I had stuck with it. Once the action really kicked it the last part of the book became a real page turner.

Overall it was a pretty good read.

3 stars from me

V””V

 

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