Star Racers

A Novel by Martin Felando 

Storyline: Battlejet pilot Rev Arden aka The Kid From Earth must win a race called Grand Battle to save his planet! He meets young art gallery owner Sashi Oon, who must learn to become a racing sponsor to save her planet. Rev and Sashi have to avoid the massive obstacles and firepower of Grand Battle or their endangered planets won’t survive! Winning means an undefeated space fleet will save Earth and Sashi’s planet. As race announcer Dux Luvon says, “Few will finish, but the prize is worth it!” Who will win Grand Battle? Rev and Sashi? Scrap Meat? Betsy’s Lover? Eyeball? Or Maelae from Mok?Join Rev and Sashi as they journey across the galaxy meeting new friends, facing down enemies, and risking everything just for a chance to win.

Okay, I’m not going to lie, I’ve attempted to start reading this book quite a few times and I’ve had to put it down…it’s taken me way longer to read than I expected. I felt this book was a little chaotic jumping back and forth between characters.. I wasn’t really sure what was going on at first and i couldn’t seem to focus on the story. Eventually I started understanding what was going on especially with help from some of the illustrations.. and then once I started understanding the book I just felt like this book was a little predictable. I do know people who loved this book, and I mean it was alright and overall the story was decent. but I’m not sure it was the right book for me. If you’re into Tron and that style of sci-fi, i think you guys would like it though! 

I rate this book 

4/10

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