Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Annah: Children of Evohe - My Review
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Annah: Child of Evohe is a beautifully written sci-fi novel by Clay Gilbert. Split into two parts, you almost get an Avatar vibe while reading. Annah is an outcast with not only her nearly innocent mindset of how the world should work, but with her very appearance. I only say "nearly innocent" because Annah believes in the past and searches for the old ways to help reinvigorate her world. Some would call it wearing rose-colored glasses, but others would say it is a purity of mind.
Annah's life changes when she stumbles across a human in Evohe; Gary Holder. Once a part of Homesec, Holder's mind changes after spending time under Annah's care and meeting the others in Evohe. Humans were responsible for the first war against Evohe, so Holder's presence was not welcomed at first. It was worse when Annah told the others that Holder was her mate. Things escalated more when it was discovered that Annah is one of the "Shapers" of Evohe; those who would help create and shape the world with song. And there's so much more that goes on as well. The novel is quite an adventure.
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