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Wild Sun by Ehsan  Ahmad
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it was amazing

A gritty well written tale of a planet that has an invaluable mineral to a race that has enslaved the native people to work the mines. Cerrin, the heroine, lives only to escape. Sonus was an engineer before he was captured. Heart wrenching events lead one to fight the good fight, and one to chance everything for freedom. This was beyond a good read. While the premise was "space" oriented, this is a character driven story. Drawn into the story, I worked the mines with Cerrin. I felt Sonus' wrath and agony, and finally determination as I toiled with him at the masters command to fix their machines. His joy at the destruction he wrought. And finally,goosebumps when the end is near, the confrontation, the escape, the warrior woman. Excellent. The only caveat I had was the title. A mere couple mentions of the planets sun, and it really had no bearing on the book. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC form Netgalley.
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March 27, 2019 – Shelved

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