Review Age of the Aura, Phase I: Champions of Power by Samuel Odunsi Jr

Thursday, June 20, 2013
Title: Age of the Aura, Phase I: Champions of Power
Author: Samuel Odunsi Jr
Series: Age of the Aura (#1)
Genre: Sci Fi
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: June 5 2012
Source: Author for Honest Review
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The Blessed Galaxy has no other name. After being gifted with the Auras—five great powerhouses of celestial creation—the title was a suitable fit. For millennia, the governing bodies have ruled their respective reaches of the Galaxy while harnessing the might of the Auras. But now they face the threat of a calamity, from an unlikely source, that could shake the lives of all.

Lowen Sars, a devout man of science, decides to take on the burden of saving the Galaxy’s people once he learns of the calamity. But he soon realizes that the role of a hero was a calling not meant for him, even with his sudden promotion. In his process of self-discovery, Lowen begins the fateful saga of not only the Blessed Galaxy, but also the kingdom in possession of the corrupt Aura.









This was a well written and steady paced Sci Fi read. I enjoyed the book I was just lost at times as there was no time frame for the book the description was good the setting was good just not sure of the time frame. It was definitely a complex read filled with mystery and intrigue. I stepped out of my comfort zone with this I am not widely read the the Sci Fi Genre. Though the few I have read I enjoyed. I would recommend this book to any Sfi Fi Fan out there.
Samuel has captured the my interest and looking forward to book 2 the cliffhanger at the end killed me. If you are a fan of Sci Fi and even Star Trek make sure to check this book out. I loved the idea of the worlds he has created getting their energy sure from Auras.


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2 comments:

LetiDelMar said...

I read this too and think you hit the nail on the head. Although I enjoy Sci-Fi, it was hard to keep track of the time frame.

Anna Dase said...

yes it was but it was a good read

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