Friday, 12 June 2020

Review of Aqua by Tracy Korn

Hold your breath…


The future is three miles underwater. And Jazwyn Ripley's time has come.

Earth’s atmosphere will only support a few more generations, and most of advanced society has already relocated to the sea. To survive, only one option remains for the Topsiders—get into Gaia Sur, the elite academy on the ocean floor.

But after Jazwyn Ripley trains a lifetime for the chance, something is wrong in the interviews. Her evaluation isn’t like those of her soul-rattled classmates, and now, Arco Hart is desperate to protect her from something he won't talk about.

Cryptic messages coming from the earth's core. A charming, but infamous rival who knows why.

Everything is telling her to walk away, but for the struggling class at the bottom, there’s nowhere to go but down.

The road to everything the cadets ever wanted turns out to lead somewhere they never intended to go, and one decision will change the course of their lives for good:

Continue on the scripted path, or chase something deeper?

My Review: 5 STARS
I picked this up having read another book by Korn, and was delighted to fall into a new world with her at the helm. Jazz has always believed she knows what she wants, but then she gets it and is thrown into a world more dark than she thought. I was hooked from the first word, and right there with Jazz as she learns the new world for herself. Korn's writing is engaging, beautifully crafted and makes you want to keep reading. The only reason I didn't finish this in one sitting is my need for sleep, but at the first chance, I was back into the Aqua world. Overall an amazing book and one I recommend!

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