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"A thrilling space adventure with an incredibly diverse cast. I couldn't put this sequel down!" --TOMI ADEYEMI, New York Times bestselling author of Children of Blood and Bone
Discover book two in the sci-fi space trilogy that Bustle described as "The 100 meets Illuminae" and Marie Lu called, "a high-octane thriller."
Emmett Atwater thought Babel's game sounded easy. Get points. Get paid. Go home. But it didn't take long for him to learn that Babel's competition was full of broken promises, none darker or more damaging than the last one.
Now Emmett and the rest of the Genesis spaceship survivors must rally and forge their own path through a new world. Their mission from Babel is simple: extract nyxia, the most valuable material in the universe, and play nice with the indigenous Adamite population.
But Emmett and the others quickly realize they are caught between two powerful forces-Babel and the Adamites-with clashing desires. Will the Genesis team make it out alive before it's too late?
Praise for Book 1 in The Nyxia Triad:
"A high-octane thriller . . . Nyxia grabs you from the first line and never lets go." -Marie Lu,#1 New York Times bestselling author of the Young Elites series
"Brilliant concept meets stellar execution in this fast-paced deep space adventure. I was hooked from page one." -Victoria Schwab, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"File this book under A for Amazing." -Jay Kristoff, New York Times bestselling author
It’s not even out yet and I already love it
You definitely get some Ender’s Game vibes from this series but despite the similar premises the tale is very unique! A good read with like-able and complex characters who are presented as very accessible (and wonderfully inclusive) to the readers. Now as a general rule of thumb sequels tend to disappoint - fortunately this was not the case. This book was filled with plenty of standalone action, character development and deeply interesting world building. My only qualm is some of the science and culture bits are left unexplained (of both what has changed for the earth kids in the future and for the Imago) and I think those bits could be really interesting. That being said, I loved this book! Would thoroughly recommend as a great read. I am looking forward to how the kids tale continues - on the edge of my seat!