Title: ZeQuest

Author: Dhayaa Anbajagane

Series: The Quest Saga Book 1

Published: September 25, 2015 by Dhayaa Anbajagane

Price: $2.99 on Kindle


Blurb: The lies are abundant. The truth? Rarely so

Armorica was an ancient planet filled with luscious fields, towering forests, and crystal clear streams.
And now, it was going to be destroyed.
When Armorica’s very existence is threatened by an enemy planet, Q is left with no other choice but to take matters into his own hands and prevent a inter-planetary massacre from breaking out. But one question remained unanswered : How was he supposed to take down an entire planet?
Thrilling, Plot-twisting and mysterious, ZeQuest explores the nature of a selfish world, where nothing is ever what it seems to be.

Review: I tried with this one. I really did, I really tried. There were some spots that I was a little interested in, but I never got interested enough to really scratch the reader itch. I never really got the motivation to finish it.

I think the writing was a little too simple? There was a lot going on and not a lot of detail so it just seemed to pass by much too quickly. A good couple of typos as well to make me pause. Granted, I’m assuming from the name of the author that English isn’t their first language and I applaud them for publishing a book, publishing something that I feel could have been really good if just a tad more detail had gone into it.

I was trying to read this when I was moving, and I thought it might have been the stress of moving that kept me from really getting into the story. Once I got settled though…I tried to read it again and…I was just bored.

It might also have something to do with it being sci-fi and I’ve said in other reviews that I’m not the biggest sci-fi fan.

Once I’m done with this alphabetical journal, I’m going to be so happy. Then I can focus on books that I want to read and on requests, if I start getting them again.

All-in-all, this was a DNF for me, I couldn’t get lost in it, I couldn’t focus enough on it and I really just had no interest in picking it back up.

Thank you for reading my review!


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