Tomorrows Child

Rated 5.00/5 based on 7 reviews
There is a girl.... lost in despair
...alone in a world she doesn't recognise
...bound to a prophecy she doesn't understand
...a future she refused to accept
...a past she can't remember.
A dream brings it all together
and love... makes it all worth while. More

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About Starr West

Starr lives in a small town in North Queensland, Australia. She is currently studying a degree in Health Science and writes in her spare time. Starr wrote Tomorrows child in 2012 and works on the series when she can.

Reviews

Review by: Valerie Bellamy on April 29, 2012 :
Loved this book! Starr West draws you in right away and doesn't let you go. Very well written!
(reviewed 54 days after purchase)
Review by: Ella Medler on April 11, 2012 :
Tomorrow’s Child deals with an apocalypse idea by going deep and scrutinising people’s habits, actions and emotions in a way most authors would shy away from.
We meet Psyche Darnell and we know she is special. It takes a while for her to discover why and what she is expected to do with her gifts, her teenage hormones don’t make for an easy ride, but at least she is surrounded by friends. All she has to do is merely accept the truth, because Starr West is right – ‘you don’t have to believe in something for it to be true’.
It’s never easy admitting you are flawed, but here none of the characters are perfect. Despite this, or maybe because of it, you can’t help but feel close to them. There aren’t many without special attributes, so you can’t really mistake them for normal people, but they exude warmth and friendship, a strong sense of right and wrong and they would gladly sacrifice themselves for the greater good - the very essence of humanity.
The story is well written, in a strong and clear voice. There are points of darkness and suspense throughout the plot but it is not a dizzyingly fast carousel of action, and neither should it be. Scenarios such as this require careful consideration. You can’t just skip merrily to the next page without thinking about the problems posed to the last few surviving humans. You can’t not think of all the ramifications, all the what-ifs, all of the what-would-I-dos.
Starr is clearly a people watcher, a very keen observer, and it shows. The way different people deal with their own personal crises is portrayed brilliantly. The outcome is a ray of light, quite satisfying, and the epilogue gives a glimpse of future frictions and even confrontations. We’ll have to wait for book two to see how they unfold.
A good first entry, by a deep-thinking author and a very pleasant read. Just don’t expect to stop thinking about it when you’ve put it down.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
Review by: Carla Eales on March 14, 2012 :
Really enjoyed this book, It is a future I hope never to witness. Love the use of Magick and the fact that it was set in Australia. Couldnt put it down and Cannot Wait til the next book. It was well written and had me drawn in from the begining LOVED IT
(reviewed 11 days after purchase)
Review by: sharon on March 7, 2012 :
Tommorows child captured my imagination, set in a future not to hard to imagine at all , old world magick , a prophecy to believe in or not ! people I can relate to, this world comes alive and draws you in .
This book is well written and was an easy read.
hopefully we won't have to wait to long for the next one .
(reviewed 36 days after purchase)
Review by: hugh mcaulay on Feb. 29, 2012 : (no rating)
if you haven't read this book then you are missing out. Starr has done a fantastic job with this story. the people are easy to identify with and understand, a fast read and enjoyable. also read she had to cut 60,000 words from story to be able to publish so more story should be forth coming i can't wait.
thank you Starr.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: Tabetha Shannon on Feb. 23, 2012 :
I absolutely loved this book..The only problem I had was finding somewhere to hide from the family so I could read! The balance between human life and magick was perfectly created, realistic yet leaving your imagination running wild with possible outcomes!
Psyche and Phoenix together create the perfect duo, forever in your hearts as you watch them discover secrets from the prophecy.
I am sad to have reached the end, but I look forward to reading more from the fabulous Starr West x
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)
Review by: Kelly Tyrrell on Feb. 8, 2012 :
PS. I forgot to add a star rating. From me it is 5 stars, all the way. Now for that sequel.....Author...ohh Author! Mush girl, mush!!
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Review by: Kelly Tyrrell on Feb. 7, 2012 : (no rating)
A very human look at the apocalyptic vision of the future world. I enjoyed the character progression particularly and the absorption of the supernatural world by the primary characters. The antagonists are well drawn, scary and a hovering, ominous blight. I LOVE the interactions between the protagonists. 'The End' has left me craving more....I WANT a sequel!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Patti Roberts on Feb. 6, 2012 :
The Author, Starr West has a way with words. After reading the Hunger Games trilogy I wanted to read something in a similar vein - a damaged world fighting for survival...and I found it with "Tomorrows Child".

I started reading this story about Seventeen year old, Psyche and didn't want to stop. I like the paranormal too so that really works for me too.

This is a very well written book with a captivating storyline based in a dystopian world on the verge of total destruction. Only a few survive....

Give it a go, I think you will agree.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)

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