The Betrayal of KA by Shea Oliver
Source: Sent to me by the author
Publisher: Colorado Sky Media, LLC
Genres: Science Fiction, Adult Fiction
Publication Date: September 13th 2015
“As the spaceship secretly lands on Earth, Ka’s mission is clear: find and kill Transprophetics. His shipmates think of him as a killer. On his home planet of Koranth, he is considered a murderer. Haunted in his dreams by the boy whose life he stole, Ka struggles to define who he really is.
A girl in a temple in Thailand. A boy kidnapped in Mexico. Both can do the impossible. Both can move objects with their minds. These two Transprophetics pose grave risks to the Donovackia Corporation as it plans its invasion of Earth.
With a blade in his hand, Ka’s decision to kill, or not, will reverberate across the galaxy.”
My Thoughts & Review
Betrayal of Ka is the first book in The Transprophetics series.
The characters were interesting and compelling. The main characters were well developed. At first I wasn’t a fan of Ka but as the book progressed he grew on my and by then end I really felt sorry for him. The other characters I wasn’t a big fan of, in fact I found them quite annoying and at times felt frustrated by them.
The book is well written but there were a few little things that I picked on. Most of them were minor, but I noticed there was a little repetition in sentences/phrases. I think I was just being very picky while reading this one.
The plot was really interesting. It did start of a little slow, with lots going on, but when it finally got going I didn’t want to put it down. I really liked the futuristic world it was really well thought out and quite different from other worlds. The book is told through multiple perspective’s.
I think I may have rated this one a little higher if there was a little less political, and concentrated more on Ka.
Overall, an enjoyable read. I look forward to reading the next book in the series. I don’t recommend this book for younger readers but it’s great for any adult readers who are looking for a dark Sci-fi. Also, before picking up this book beware there may be some triggers in this book.
A big thank you to Shea Oliver for contacting me, and sending me an eCopy of this book in return for an honest and unbiased review.
Triggers: drugs, sexual abuse, death through drug use.
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