Blog Tour Review: The Last Seed (The Forbidden #0.5)

Title: The Last Seed (The Forbidden #0.5)
Author: Moud Adel
Genre: Fantasy, Science Fiction
Publisher: Masteroperia
Source: Author
Format: Ebook
Release Date: September 21, 2019
Rating: ★★★★

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Goodreads Synopsis:

Orantine is the best spy in her faction, the one they go to for impossible missions. But her next target is like nothing she has faced before, a high ranking official in a faction whose members can see the future.

Orantine has never failed before, but this time, she isn’t sure success is possible.

Armed with her faction’s genetic mutation, and the latest technology the world has to offer. Orantine believes she has found the perfect plan.

Nothing comes without a price, however, and this mission will push her to the edge, and further.

How far will she go to ensure success? And how far is she willing to go to prove she is the greatest in her world?

Review:

This is a great novella!

The world building was very well done. I felt like I knew the world so well in just a few pages. This can be difficult to do in a short book. In this world, people have different seeds that connect to their bodies to control things such as emotions or memories. I think this is a realistic future development.

Most of this story is being told by the main character to an officer so that she can return to her homeland. It became a little confusing when there were flashbacks in her narrative, because I wasn’t sure what was happening in the present and what was in the past. The transitions between these parts could have been a little clearer.

I really enjoyed this story. I’ll definitely have to look for more stories set in this world.

Thank you Breakeven Books for providing a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

What to read next:

War Remnants (The Forbidden #0) by Mould Adel

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