Monday, 10 June 2013

Review for Exodus (Dead Planet: Book 1)—by Heather


Dead Planet Book 1:  Exodus by Drew Avera

In the first book of this new science fiction trilogy, we meet Serus Blackwell in a reprogramming center for his new career.  Five years later is where the story really begins. Serus is essentially an assassin for The Agency on Mars which is run by the Syndicate.  His latest target inadvertently leads him on apath that will change the course of life as everyone knows it.  In his quest to protect his sister, truths are revealed, unexpected allies are forged, betrayal is a way of life, and plans are made to exact revenge and hopefully better the existence for humanity.  Even though this is science fiction, there is actually a lot of recognizable human morals in the story that makes a person think. That being said, you don’t feel like you’re being lectured to or trying to be taught the evils of big government.  As a lover of this genre, it’s very entertaining, exciting, and I am very much looking forward to the next book in this new trilogy.

Rating: 4.5 Honey Pots

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About the Author:
Born and raised in Mississippi, Drew joined the US Navy at age seventeen and
began his career as an aviation electrician. During his first year stationed in Virginia he
met his wife and together they have two daughters. Drew has been active duty for
thirteen years and has made three combat deployments in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Operation Southern Watch. Drew’s other interest include playing guitar, writing music for his band, and reading both comic books and novels. Exodus is the first book that Drew has written and it will be part of a trilogy in the Dead Planet Series. Drew and his family currently reside in Virginia.

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