reviews
Golden Son (Red Rising, #2) 08, Jan

Rating: 5/5 stars

Genre: Space Opera, Science Fiction

What do you live for? 

Money? Fame? Glory? Love? Family? Ambition? 

For the autumn leaves that rustle under your feet? For the smell of the soil after rain? For the juicy peaches that melt in your mouth? For the sound of the tumultuous waves when they reach the shore? For the laughter of a child that views the world as a wonder?

Darrow au Andromedus fights for the freedom, the opportunity to live for the above. For an oppressed people that hides in the shadows of the so-called superiors for centuries. But in order to escape the monster, you either hide or fight. And fighting is the path, the painful, bloody, sinister path Darrow chose. Betray your friends. Scheme with your enemies. Rise next to people who stole your everything. Alienate those who genuinely care about you. And in doing so, become the monster yourself. 

Red Rising (Red Rising, #1) 14, Dec

Rating: 5/5 stars

Genre: Science Fiction, Dystopia

Darn this book is GOOD! 

Morning Star (Red Rising Trilogy #3) 03, Feb

Rating: 5/5 Stars

This will be the Morning Star and the whole Red Rising trilogy review and this means it will be longer than my usual reviews. It will remain spoiler-free as always but if you only want the short version: If you love Sci-Fi & Space Opera, do yourself a favor and go read this trilogy, now.