What do SCI-FI and Poetry Have in Common?
August 1, 2019
BY Thomas Muriuki
I am quite a rebel when it comes to genres and all the other criteria that guide the classification of books. As a result, am a genre-defiant reader. But first, I must confess I am a great fan of romances:
- Romantic Suspense;
- Erotic Romance;
- Paranormal Romance;
- Historical Romance;
- And, Contemporary Romance.
However, I dearly love SCI-FI literature as much as I do poetry!
And I would love to share with you my latest read from this category. A few weeks ago I was gifted a copy of the genre-busting novel Desa Kincaid: Bounty Hunter by the PR team of Creativia Publishing!
With my unending TBR list, I only got to read the novel a few days ago, but good heavens!
R.S Penney is a craft master, and I hardly put the book down from the first page to the last, except when my body demanded that I sleep.
For lovers of SCI-FI, this newly published title is a taste to devour!
Desa Kincaid has spent the last ten years in pursuit of a man whose experiments have killed over a dozen people.
Blessed with the power to transform ordinary objects into devastating weapons, she journeys through trading ports, backwater towns, forests, deserts and the haunted remains of a dead city.
But can she stop her enemy before he unleashes something terrible on the world?
Here's my review:
"The story has the best ingredients to bring the plot to life, from love, loss, betrayal to victories and magical realism.
Desa Kincaid is the finest of a protagonist I have ever encountered in a SCI-FI novel. Plus, a diehard villain (Morley) to challenge the invincible heroine.
I bet you this book is simply unputdownable!"
Get your copy now from amazon! https://amzn.to/333m9TH
Until next time. Ciao.