About the Book
Astradell is the first female Zarbizokian to become a ‘Defender of the EYE’; an organization of elite beings in search of a menacing force wanting to take over the universe. In her first mission she must gain information from planet Earth. Curiosity winning out, she goes against the EYE by interacting with the humans, finding them too alluring to only observe. Visions of a blue-eyed man consumes her mind, knowing he must be saved before it is too late. Now hunted for her defiance, her Defender brethren will soon realize just how strong she has become.
Gundar’s ancestors hid themselves in the icy tundra on Earth long ago, teaching generations their way of worshiping many Gods and other worlds beyond their own. Folklore or not, he knows there are secrets buried within their kind yet to be discovered. Plagued with a gift to hear others thoughts, he distances himself in hopes of obtaining solace. Strength waning, he finds it difficult to go on, until a beauty baring wings and glowing eyes fills his nights. His Goddess, ready to take him to Valhalla.
Astradell’s secret mission will in the end save her planet, but first a mysterious illness begins turning humans into savage beasts and Earth needs protecting. This might take longer
than she expected.
This one sit down a while in my tbr pile, but when I picked it up the plot was interesting, a little slow for a little read like this one, but it serve a purpose, if I understood correctly this one it’s a bit of a prologue to the series so you know who the characters are and what more or less you will encounter later on so not bad.
They were from all the galaxy since this one its on space and alliances and such are the daily occurrence, that mythology are taking a little more factual here it’s actually amazing too, that made it even better for me since I love to read such legends too.
For it to be a novella length it did packed a punch right, I mean I’m anxious to see the series as it is of this little one, sounds super intriguing, it has romance, genetic mutations and treason, very in the fashion of a space opera I can’t to read all.