Review - Deep Cosmos by Project Kyle
By Carmen, 10 November 2018
My Copy of the Book
Year Published: 2018
Genre: Sci-Fi; Fantasy
"Protect your sanity at all costs."
These were the last words spoken to David, a young survivor of the cosmic 5 tragedy, before he found himself fleeing for his life, and seeking refuge in a galaxy filled with danger, mystery, and suspense.
Hiding behind the mask of a nerdy space explorer, David recruits a young warrior woman and a self-obsessed space thug as crew members to join him on his galactic adventures, hoping to lay low to avoid any unwanted attention. But after the galaxy is threatened by a criminal mastermind with a lust for human life, David and his team must come out of the shadows and put an end to this menace, before he can drive humanity to extinction.
Can David and his companions survive the challenges that lie ahead? Or will they crumble into the never-ending void... of the Deep Cosmos.
About the Author:
Author of the red carpet award winner for science-fiction, Deep Cosmos.
Project Kyle is a self-published author from New England known for his obsession with psychology, mystery, and sci-Fi. He started his author journey as a Wattpad author, but after taking 1st place in three writing contests, and 2nd in two, Kyle branched out into the publishing world. His mission? To keep readers guessing while providing them with an adventurous and unique tale they won't find anywhere else.
Buy the Book:
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My Take on the Book:
The story idea has quite an interesting concept, and is action packed. Those that enjoy sci-fi/fantasy should give this book a try. It’s a debut novel – so the book isn’t perfect, and I could see why others might have found this book slightly problematic. Even though this book has its flaws, the pace and writing kept me turning the pages. Despite the flaws, I was surprised at the quality of writing for a self-published debut novel; and ended up giving this book a five star rating and got an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
This author definitely shows promise – and with some work, persevering as well as working on gaining some more writing skills; the next book in the series has the potential to be better.