It’s been seventeen years since her father passed. Coming of age, she inherits a cattle hold, a trust account, and many gifts. One special gift is a chest, which comes with instructions that will guide her to the Bergman Mountains.
With a spaceship and the knowledge of three ancient civilizations, will she have time to access it all.. or will the Star Shifts hide the information, and drive her into the arms of her childhood love?
October 13, 2019
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While technically the third book in the series, Marika is actually a standalone novel, so people like me who read it without reading the first two books will have no problem understanding what’s going on. What I really liked about this book is the world-building: the way the author brings this alien world to life is fascinating. I also liked the main character, who grows right in front of your eyes while she finds the truth about her past and figures out her purpose. I was fascinated with the story and found putting the book down difficult, but lucky for me I read pretty fast and managed to finish it in one sit. Highly recommended for SF fans, but personally I think there is enough love story in there to keep fans of multiple genres happy.