Forgetting to restrict herself for just one moment, Maité’s life went from dire to straight up defcon one in the matter of moments. Even though she had some unexpected allies, it was not going be enough to prevent her from suffering many evil machinations by a far-reaching psycho hellbent on Maité’s destruction. Determined not to be beaten down and defeated because there were strong political powers at play who would think nothing of starting a galactic war if they knew what was taking place, Maité knew she had to survive each day until her allies could help her escape.
There was plenty of suspense taking place in Off Planet. With every choice Maité made there were immediate consequences and they weren’t always pleasant. Maité was an interesting young adult who had plenty of angst and grit, which showed through in her every decision. I definitely felt bad for her character as she was essentially being used as a pawn in a grand scheme that was meant to bring about a situation that had been brewing for a long time. It was a great story with plenty of twists to keep the pace moving. If I could have changed anything it would have been that I would have liked to see more development of the supporting characters. Overall though, Off Planet was one wild ride where the outcome was never a sure thing and the ending will have you anticipating the next book in the series.
This review is based on a complimentary book I received from Xpresso Book Tours. It is an honest and voluntary review. The complimentary receipt of it in no way affected my review or rating.
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