Review published on May 3, 2017.
The concept of this book intrigued me, since it seemed unlike most science fiction books that I stumble across.
This book explores problems both on a human-wide scale as well as personal problems faced by the protagonist, including issues to do with relationships and hope.
The book explores the turning of survival into something meaningful, which sparked off a lot of thought about my own life. I feel like this book changed a lot about what I think about my own existence and the meaning of life as a whole. This is something books never normally do for me, which pleasantly surprised me.
The characters and plot are well thought out, which, in my opinion, turns a good book into a great one. The plot is easy to follow, which allows you to stay on track and focused, even after taking a break.
Overall, this is a fantastic book that I would recommend to everyone, even if science fiction is not your usual genre of choice.
Sophie Williams 5/3
The Space Between the Stars by Anne Corlett
Macmillan 9781509833528 hbk Jun 2017
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