Time Illusion – Luna Harlow

Rating: 3 out of 5.
A good second follow up sci-fi novella to Four Bodies in Space.

The members of The First Breath of Spring are called to action to rescue the remainder of the citizens on the planet Rommys from an anomaly.

Whilst there is no romance in the book there are mentions of ex’s and I think this may be a very slow burn over the series of a relationship to come.

Whilst this is sci-if and clearly discusses ships, other planets etc. I find these novellas to be more about interesting characters than anything else. Again, as with the first novella I enjoyed Harlow’s use of language and getting to know both Solaris and Li more. I hope there will be a third instalment to the series and that it will be longer.

I received an e-ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Four Bodies in Space – Luna Harlow

Rating: 3 out of 5.
An interesting sci-fi novella. The author does a good job of setting up a series about a space force of which Solaris is a member.

The novella has a mystery that weaves through the narrative and introduces a number of characters. I really liked the way ships are named and I found the authors use of language fascinating too as it helped to embed the story more into the sci-fi environment.

I’m looking forward to the second part of the series and learning more about Solaris and Li.