Ecliptic – Sara Lunardi

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Format: E-Book (Kindle)
Published: October 10, 2013
Pages: 367
Series: Ecliptic Saga #1

Rating: 4/5

The Blurb
“Have you ever wondered what the signs of the zodiac really are, and why they have influence on all human beings?” Alex asked us out of the blue. Was he kidding? What did this question have to do with our situation?

On the night of 13th June 2035, during an exceptional shower of shooting stars seen all over the world, mysterious signs representing zodiac constellations appear on the shoulders of Izie De Rossi and her twin brother Sam, two ordinary teenagers living in London. From that night on, the lives of the twins will never be the same.

A cruel countdown begins, leading them to fight for the survival of the entire human race alongside extraordinary creatures of the zodiac endowed with supernatural powers, the Guardians. In the midst of all the dangers and sacrifices forced upon her by her mission, Izie meets the handsome and mysterious Riley. She feels immediately drawn to him in a shocking and overwhelming way… but things are not always as they seem.

(Taken from Goodreads.com)

My Review
Thank you to Authoright for sending me a copy to read and review!

I’m always up for reading fantasy stories so when this entered my inbox I was intrigued. Ecliptic is set in the future and focuses on the topic of Astrology.

Twins Izie and Sam are growing up and they’re trying to live as normal teenagers, but noticing unusual marks on their bodies and discovering different mental abilities hinders this development.

They soon discover they are not alone and there are other people like them all over the world. Each one is part of an ancient contact that bounds them to make sure the human race survives!

It was a quite complex story to get your head around and with the introduction of so many characters you did get confused at times. However, they were all well thought out and my favourite had to be Daniel. I felt drawn to him and his kindness. He always thought of others before himself.

As always with twins I loved how they cared for one another and helped each other a long the way. As an only child, I always wonder what it would be like to have a sibling.

All in all, I was really impressed with Ecliptic and it’s the perfect read for astrology fans and fantasy lovers.

You can purchase Ecliptic on Amazon

Find out more about Sara Lunardi at www.saralunardi.com and on Twitter at @lunardiauthor

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