I got… well, bored. And wandered away. It might be because of the author’s introduction, which sounded almost apologetic and made me doubt their faith in their storytelling. The writing seemed front-loaded with exposition and a little flat, starting with a lot of ‘I’ sentences which got very repetitive. It’s got an amazing concept and I think this book could really be something special with a strong editorial pass.

Note: I never came back to this book, which I picked up over a year ago. That’s a fair rarity for me. The lesson here, I suppose, is ‘never apologize for your writing.’

Infinite Sacrifice (Infinite Series Book 1) by L. E. Waters

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