I don’t even know how to begin to describe this piece of art
Aye aye readers,
For those of you who are not aware I am a highly emotional person who could literally cry over anything and everything. Whenever I get a whole hit of emotions, whether they be anger or happiness, I get pretty close to crying because I get overwhelmed. Now I just finished First Command: A TIDES Novella by Alex Lidell and am so close to crying it isn’t even funny.
The amount of emotions that I experienced in 50 pages is phenomenal. I don’t know how on earth Alex managed to do that, but she did and I am now expected to wait until May for the next book. How am I meant to do that?
Okay enough of my mindless rambles and onto the review.
My Rating: 5/5
Release date:26th January 2017
Series: Prequel novella to the TIDES series by Alex Lidell
As I just mentioned, this novella is greatness bottled up in 50 pages of pure artwork. Every page of this book was better than the last and eventually I was at the end of this novella and finally sucked back into the real world with a suitcase full of emotion.
Right now I feel as if I have been in a car on a highway and then just pushed out suddenly with no warning (Not that I have any actual idea of what that would feel like…. I’m guessing a lot more painful that this situation but anyways…). I was fine until suddenly the novella ended and now I’m here trying to figure out how it all happened.
I was so intrigued in this book, right now I am so confused as to what has just happened. One minute I was aboard a ship, cruising the ocean sea with Nile and now I’m here not cruising the sea and I have no clue what to do with my life while I wait for May.
The writing is fabulous, the descriptions of everything is golden, the characters are amazing and I am so pumped for the next book it isn’t even funny.
The next book I believe is actually the first book (this novella just being a novella that takes place before the first book which will come out in May).
My goodread’s review can be found here
And I’ll update you all on my journey with my suitcase full of emotions on a later date,
Until next time,
(Want to know what this book is about, head here for the goodread’s description)