Thursday, June 8, 2017

Venus Fall by K.P. Ambroziak

Venus Fall
by K.P. Ambroziak

My rating: 4 stars

Publisher: K. P. Ambroziak; 2 edition (March 21, 2015)
Publication Date: March 21, 2015
Genre: Fantasy | Scifi
Print Length: 180 pages
Available from: Amazon
Onine is the only Kyprian who knows his species’ ultimate truth, and he fears for El. From the moment he sees her, he wants to save her. And the only way for him to do so is to give up his beauty, forego his fire, and become clay like her. An easy task if it were as simple as him changing his form. Unfortunately, she is the one who must be transformed and become Kyprian like him.

Venus Fall by K.P. Ambroziak

Kind of nice to find a book where everyone isn’t running from Earth’s final breaths or coming to Earth to intentionally blow it to bits! The planet Venus has its own problems, a civil war has sent Kyprians to Earth and with that move comes acclimating to a new planet and what better way to get to know the new neighbors than to have an inter-species union? Sounds pretty straight forward, but is it or could there be inherent risks that could bring both species down in a flaming death? One species is made of fire, the other from clay, two souls will test the waters of change to discover if they can survive the heat of their emotions and the burning flames of their touch. Only one man knows the truths hidden from their world.

K.P. Ambroziak’s VENUS FALL made me feel I was part of a dreamlike tale, a little shrouded in both dark and light mist, as she brings her fantasy world to life in a carefully choreographed tale of life, love and the differences between not only other species, but each other.

Her characters are spiritual, in their beliefs and their form, to go to Earth requires them to take a physical form that seems to sound rather cumbersome. Imagine needing to constantly tend to a form just to maintain it, far beyond what we earthlings do. Yep, no 7 day diets, no gym membership, that we may or may not use, we are talking constant, do NOT miss your appointment detail.

What K.P. Ambroziak does is mesmerize her readers in a world that questions all we think we know. Almost poetic in her writing, this tale glides more than moves along from start to finish. There is forbidden love, need and tremendous change. There is confusion, doubt and what is not fast-paced action and adventure is certainly a journey into a realm where fantasy tests our ability to imagine every step of the way! This is truly one of those tales that envelopes its readers in a reality that makes the world fade away! Dig in, settle back and become part of the details, the world and the lives of these characters and be amazed at how believable it all becomes!

I received this copy from K.P. Amroziak in exchange for my honest review.

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