When Netgalley granted my request, I just knew that I had to Vlog the Reading Experience .
The Written Review
Kira Navárez has always been fascinated by the outer worlds – specifically, life on other planets.
She’s spent her life traveling to the edges of the known universe to categorize and learn from the microbes and other creatures.
Her latest mission? It was pretty routine – go to an uncolonized planet and take notes. Boom. Boom. Done.
But then she stumbles upon an ancient alien relic.
It’s amazing. It’s life-changing. It’s…coming alive?
Joy turns to terror as the alien relic turns out to far more than she bargained for.
And that’s even before the war breaks out.
Caught in the cross-hairs, Kira is going to have to make some decisions, and fast, because (quite literally) the whole universe is resting on her shoulders.
Oh my gosh. As a longtime fan of Christopher Paolini and the Eragon series, I was over the moon to know he was publishing a new book.
To Sleep in a Sea of Stars is a far cry from his earlier works (literally) (this one takes place in space!). but it was a welcome addition nonetheless.
Most of my reactions and opinions can be found in my video review this round – but to summarize it: This book is long but it is worth every page.
I loved delving into this world and cannot wait for Paolini’s next book (fingers crossed that it comes a little quicker this round!).
HUUUUUGE thank you to Netgalley and Paolini for sending me a free copy in exchange for an honest review