One moment, Kady Grant and Ezra Mason have nothing bigger to worry about than each other. Specifically, avoiding each other in the wake of their messy break-up. In the next second, their entire world falls apart.The year is 2375 and one of the mega-corporations that control much of deep space has... show more
One moment, Kady Grant and Ezra Mason have nothing bigger to worry about than each other. Specifically, avoiding each other in the wake of their messy break-up. In the next second, their entire world falls apart.The year is 2375 and one of the mega-corporations that control much of deep space has just fired the opening salvo in an intergalactic war, destroying Kady and Ezr
Pages no: 608
Edition language: English
Series: The Illuminae Files (#1)
Just like Scythe, illuminae is another book I wanted to reread before the New year begins. I just love the character of Kady what a badass she turns out to be in this book, I loved that she wasn't winne and she did thinks for herself and didn't need a man to save her. I really also loved Ezra as w...
AudiobookI liked this book up until the ending and then it was "give me a break". Not believable at all! It's made me second guess reading the rest of the series. 3-1/2 stars for most of the book, it would have been 4 stars without the ending.
I apologize in advance. This review is long and rambly. Where to start with Illuminae? Okay, here´s a curious thing about me: I can put up with a lot of stupid things in a book so long as I´m thoroughly entertained and it´s not getting too stupid. Having said that, this is exactly what has hap...
Now I’ve finally read this book that I’ve read so much about on book blogs all over the internet. I was a bit concerned that the special ’format’ wouldn’t work for me but fortunately it did. This book definitely lived up to its reputation. I won’t go into the plot because it’s mentioned on the back...
Series: The Illuminae Files #1 Apparently I'm the odd one out here since I wasn't enthralled by this book. I'm pretty sure I would have abandoned it if I had read a written copy since I am not a fan of epistolary novels. And this is like the worst kind of epistolary novel. As an audiobook it mostl...