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  • The Savior of the Universe?

    The premise of "Nova" is an unexpected one: a teenage girl is "a genetically engineered human bomb", but the real reason for her existence is the true story of the book. Margaret Fortune's writing almost held me hostage because I had to know what would happen to Lia on her path of self discovery, all during the midst of her coping with being a dud. Lia's relationship with Michael and Teal are essential for Lia creating a new path for herself while coping with her past (whatever it really happens to be). Her relationship with Shar provides true insight into human behavior of "fight or flight" and shockingly gives Lia strength in accomplishing her destiny (while also providing some comic relief). The book turned into a fast read but the implications of Lia's entire destiny will affect the entire human race making the reader consider whether they would be willing to do the same were they confronted with such circumstances. My opinion is solely my own, but I do want to thank Goodreads, Berkley Publishing Group, and Margaret Fortune for a copy of such an amazing book. Had I not received this copy, I never would have read such an awesome book, but I will certainly be reading its sequel and anything else Margaret Fortune writes! I highly encourage you read it, whether or not you like SciFi because this book is really a Fantasy book set in space.

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