Strange Skies by Kristi Helvig
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Tora has finally made it to the new Earth. Unfortunately, she isn’t able to enjoy the clean air or the abundant water because she is being kept in the Consulate’s containment center under constant observation. She has no memory of what happened to the weapons her father risked his life for, but when a chance to escape presents itself … she makes a run for it with the help of an unexpected group of individuals. As she questions the loyalties of those around her, she must determine which crisis will need her attention first.
Strange Skies is the second book in the science fiction Burn Out series. This story picks up just months after the conclusion of Burn Out and the story is chuck full of action and romance from the get-go. Helvig intersperses mind jiggling tidbits to remind the reader about pertinent facts from the first book, but there is no refresher outside of the new storyline. The main story of Strange Skies has a definite conclusion, yet readers will be left looking for the third book in the series. This is a good science fiction novel that will be enjoyed by many.
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