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    Cool Space Adventure!

    I enjoyed reading the Inheritance Cycle and so when I heard that Christopher Paolini was coming out with a new book, this time a science fiction one, I was really excited. To Sleep in a Sea of Stars is a very big book but it was really good! At the end, there are extra bits about the book and I thought it was cool that Christopher has been working on various versions of this book for many years. The details in it about space and the how space travel works really show that. This book had lots of technical bits (which were still pretty interesting) but there was also no shortage of action starting after Kira finds the alien monument and the mysterious xeno. There are sad bits (a bit heartbreaking really) but Kira proves to be a very strong character and she has good allies in the crew of the Wallfish and even Soft Blade (when they work things out). This story took several unexpected turns and I enjoyed them and this whole book! Do not be turned off by the size of this book. It is a fun adventure and I really would not mind if there was another book with Kira and her further journey to fix the past mistakes.
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    A masterpiece of epic science fiction

    To Sleep in a Sea of Stars blew me away. I would give it six stars if I could. This is the first book I have read by Christopher Paolini. The protagonist is Kira Navarez, a xenobiologist who is just wrapping up an assignment surveying a planet for colonization, when she discovers an alien artefact. An alien being binds with her and that is when she is thrust into tragedy, conflict and adventure. The pacing is hold-on-to-your-seat fast, but still allows for skillful world building and well-developed characters. Few people can write an 825 page novel; even fewer can write one that the reader can't put down. I love the science, technology and aliens in this future world. It is obvious that immense research and imagination went into this book and that it must have taken years to write. Spectacular, beautiful, stunning, intense and thought-provoking. Read it.
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    Mind-Blowing!

    Mind-Blowing! Wow, I have no idea what to write in a review of this astonishing story. You just need to read it, but I will try. Okay, Christopher Paolini has been working on this project for like nine years, the details and every aspect of this story was perfectly planned and it definitely shows the amount of work behind it. I've been a fan of Christopher Paolini since Inheritance Series was first published. I was waiting for this book for a while and I was more than excited when I got the honor to review this title. This story is a first contact sci-fi type of story, you get fantastic characters, starting with Kira Navarez. I was so enthralled by the story, how the author added some humor and banter into the story. This book is big, and I love big books and I cannot lie, almost 900 pages, and definitely didn't feel like it, when it's a good book and you get hooked time flies. The audiobook is so well narrated, I was expecting a group of narrators, but Jennifer Hale did a fantastic job, so kudos to her, I am looking forward to what she does next for sure. Brilliant story I am hoping to watch on the big screen someday!
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