on April 24, 2015
Twenty-one year old Nina Swift is in trouble.
Her ship is UNRELIABLE. Her crew is DISREPUTABLE. Her mission is NEAR IMPOSSIBLE. But her story is UNBELIEVABLE.
Oh. Did we mention she’s wanted for murder?
Nick Travers paints a wonderful vision of a dystopian future built from the cogwheel up. Gaia's Brood is filled with twists and turns that will leave the reader constantly guessing, before bringing it back for a shock ending. I definitely look forward to reading more in this series. (There will be more RIGHT?)
I had to dock a star because of a few editing issues, but all-in-all a good read.