Title: Inevitable Ascension
Author: V. K. McAllister
Published Date: March 2016
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
The innocent never waver from doing what’s right, even if it means drowning the world in fire.
Violina had been burned and betrayed by mankind ever since she sprang into existence. They named her a heretic and condemned her to a pit to live and die in agony. Though she sat stranded, starved and bloodied, she would not submit. Violina, the girl who had been mocked and hunted for rejecting the warped ideals of artificial authority, would lay down her own law.
Inevitable Ascension — The rapid-fire action/adventure novel packed with a host of twists that will make your mind explode! But not literally, otherwise that would be really gross.
What more could you ask for? This book will keep you on the edge of your seat! Violina reminded me of Xena, The Worrior Princess and Lux reminded me of Wonder Women. Both strong women roles and Violina being stronger of the two.
“Though we don’t know what the answers are, I’m convinced that not only do such answers exist, but there’re people who know them”. Everybody at some point and time realizes this. Violina and Lux did and as they went through different time warps, Violina vowed to change the people of the world. With out the butterfly effect tho. But each time they thought they could settle in one spot for a while, something would go wrong. Fighting their way out of many situations and trying to save man kind from distinction and making sure they stay alive to return to their own time.
As the girls make their way through time, a puzzle begins and they start to figure it out. Do they in time? Is God the reason for all this? Is the second sun God? As I tried to put the pieces together along the way, I found my self as confused as the girls were, like I was with them. As you think you have it all together, a puzzle piece comes up missing and you are throne for a loop. I really enjoyed the mystery of it and trying to figure it out . The story was fantastic and a lot of fun to read. I’m not sure if I understand the ending, but as I think about the story for a while, I’m sure it will come to me.
I see how this story can relate to today’s time and how humans are towards each other. Our Government also can be Eden in just about each time zone. It’s funny how things change over the years, but really they don’t.
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