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  • An underrated and awesome sci-fi!

    I received a free copy of this book and opted to share a review. The plot takes readers to different realms; each realm has its own unique environments, sentient beings, and societies. What makes "The Gods of Nibiru Series" universe even more impressive is that Allan incorporated mythology, philosophies, and religions from many different cultures in a lucid and cohesive manner. What I found incredibly interesting was how the major conflict in the plot wasn't caused by differing cultural ideologies, it was caused by corruption and greed. In the true spirit of science fiction, Allan has created a universe in which it is possible to agree upon a universally accepted set of morals and ethics while respecting other cultural ideologies, without appropriating them. What also helped me to become more immersed in the story were the characters. The character development in this book is amazing and when I say there are strong, female characters in the plot, I mean it. Niobe is a fantastic character because you know she has this rich and interesting backstory that is hinted at, she is a phenomenal warrior and strategist, and she somehow managed to provide for Sara's emotional and physical well-being. Don't get me wrong, Sara's character development is wonderful, and she is a strong female protagonist in her own way. I found myself drawn into Sara's story; however, if Allan decides to write a prequel novel that focuses solely on Niobe's history, I'll be the first in line to read it. If you like your science fiction with a smattering of fantasy or vice versa, I think you'll love The Etlu Games as much as I do. The first edition of this book was one of the most underrated titles I've seen, and I hope this new edition finds its way to many eBook readers and bookshelves.

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