Sunday, June 19, 2016

Book Review: Nika: A Seychatka Novella



Title: Nika  (A Seychatka Novella)
Author: D.H. Gibbs
Publication Date: March 1st,  2016

Publisher: Sandphics Creations
My Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars
Pages: 96 Pages
Source: Sent by Author

You know those books that always leave you guessing? The ones you never can quite figure out? This is that type of book. This book tells the story of Nika who in the beginning of the book is a scared girl that has been held captive for a reason she will so find out. The beginning of this book is so griping. You won't want to put it down. 

We so find out that these people are out to protect her? Or are they? She's been an orphan her whole life, can she really trust these people to have good intentions? Trust is hard for a girl like her. She has been running her whole life. She is desperate to figure out who she is, what happened to her family. 

This author is relatively unknown but now I am excited to read more of her. I read this book in less than a day. It is a very fast read, with action packed adventure that keeps you turning the page. The characters are well developed and soon you will want to know more about them. 

Disclaimer, as always I received this book for free in exchange for my honest and completely unbiased opinion. All opinions are my own. I recommend this book to anyone who is looking to escape into a new world, and wants to read a nice mystery. 

Goodreads: 

Taken off the streets Nika is thrown into an unknown world where she's held captive. As an orphan, she has been on the run and must find her way out before they discover her secret. But these people held the knowledge of her family and who she is. Will she be able to find out before her secret is revealed? After hundreds of years, Demyan has finally found the rightful ruler of his race. Unfortunately, she doesn't know who she is and is doing everything in her power to escape him. Time is running out and Demyan has to convince Nika to take her rightful place otherwise the battle will be lost and his race extinguished.

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