Book Review: Nyxia by Scott Reintgen


27426044Suprising. Unexpected. Mysterious. Nyxia holds me at the end by displaying an unexpected twist that I am commending Scott Reintgen for writing it so well. At first, the book is promising. There are earlier chapters that I didn’t expect that I will have a hard time sinking through the book. But that doesn’t stop me from reading the book. I’m happy that I finished it and gave it a chance. There are so many things that I want to talk to and they are:

Emett is the protagonist of the story, boarded with other nine chosen candidates to live in Eden and only eight of them would be picked as they are traveling in space while training them for adjusting their body and adapting slowly in the new environment that they are going to live in. There are moments that I find Emett’s darkness at some point in the book…

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