I'm excited to see how many downloads there are by the end of tomorrow. Now if only every download magically turned into an actual review on Amazon. That would be cool. Amazon reviews are becoming the bane of my existence.
So far the reviews have been very encouraging.
A cross between Ender's Game and Brandon Sanderson's books
By Sarah on November 16, 2015
This novel felt like a cross between Ender's Game and Brandon Sanderson's books. I found the different Prime abilities and defects fascinating, and the forced split between the human race and Primes an intriguing dilemma. *Spoiler Alert* Neither race can coexist without the other, but both suffer as a result, with families torn apart to make new Primes that can save humanity. But at what cost? Humans themselves have largely been relegated to second class servants, and some Primes resent being made into soldiers in a war they inherited before they were even born, having their true lives and names stolen away. I am looking forward to the sequel!
I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this book
By kaimori kazoku on November 10, 2015
While I tend not to read in this genre, I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this book. The author has worked hard, and I'm excited for the second installation in the series. It's almost like a dark Asimov book.
Well written sci-fi tale
By S. Gregory on November 14, 2015
A well written sci-fi tale with some good characters. The author has created a unique world and I think the story flowed well. Aidan was a great character and I enjoyed reading about his abilities. I think this book will do very well and I would recommend it.