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Skyjump by Anastasia Bolinder

Skyjump
Series Number: #1
Page Count: 240
Published: 11/6/2019
In a world that no longer believes in Skyjumps, Equila discovers secrets are what keep you alive. Making enemies and lurking shadows are just the beginning. Embark in the first book in the Skyjump trilogy.
4.6Overall Score

Skyjump

I really liked this book. I wasn’t sure at first if it was considered a middle grade or young adult, but I think it could be either. Overall I really i found this story delightful and fun. ...

  • Hype
    3.0
  • Setting
    4.0
  • Characters
    5.0
  • Plot
    5.0
  • Compared To Others
    5.0
  • Reread/Continue
    5.0
  • Ending
    5.0

I really liked this book. I wasn't sure at first if it was considered a middle grade or young adult, but I think it could be either. Overall I really i found this story delightful and fun. The setting is written with a lot of atmosphere and it's very easy to picture the scenes as they are happening. Everything is so imaginative. Even the character names are thoughtful. The story is very unique overall. I've never really read a book with this concept before. It sort of reminded me of The Testing...but its a lot different too. All of the character's are written well and have great personalities. I really like the banter and dialog as well as the relationships between the characters. There's also a bit of a mysterious element. This is part of a trilogy, so I think this book sets a strong foundation for the other two. I have a few ideas about what might happen in book two, so i'm def excited to read it when it comes out.

I'm an avid reader and love most all books, but my favorite genres tend to be mystery, adventure, science fiction and classics. Genres I tend to shy away from include romance, contemporary fiction and chick lit. If I’m not actually reading books, I’m probably at work shelving them at my local library.

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