He takes a step forward, shaking his head twice, with absolute conviction. “You’re not nothing, Nova.”
In the Eon galaxy, Dominion controls any planet with solid Neron deposits, and Nova just found out they’re coming for hers. Korpillion isn’t supposed to have any Neron—the galaxy’s purest form of energy—but Nova Ainsley has been working with the owner of a ...more
Neron Rising is a totally different genre that I have read before but was very intrigued to see what Keary would bring us. Neron Rising is a Sci-Fi/Romance and is written in episodes (something not to me) but st ...more
The front cover drew me towards this book, it had a very Star Wars feel to it and I adore this type of genre when it comes to reading. I wasn’t really sure what to expect when I came to the realisation that it was 88 pages long but it feels so much longer than that because of how great the story itself is.
I loved the whole world that Nova describes, it wasn’t confusing or too much for me as a reader. I tru ...more
I like the world building and the story arc. It's different and well developed. It has a pretty solid space opera feel to it and the romance element is well presented and well paced. I re ...more
Keary Taylor is so talented with her writing that every time there's even a whisper of a new book I stalk her endlessly online (Keary, if you're reading this don't freak out : ...more
Nova, an engineer, lives on the planet Korpillion, one of the few planets deemed inhabitable because it doesn't have any Neron. This blue substance, which is in everything and used for its amazing powers, is somet ...more
I myself love any story that takes place on other planets and in the future, but with all the science fiction there is out there, romance usually has a small, censored, role in the var ...more
.... Honor, glory, love. When did we become a galaxy full of survivors?”
In a nutshell.
88 pgs and Im amazed how it still managed to love the story, the characters and worldbuilding . End of episode one left me yearning to read more about this world, about Nova and the fate of their galaxy.
The first chapter felt choppy and didnt really grip my interest, but after that it just got better and better. Its exciting, realistic and I could easily picture the world the author created.
The few issues I fac
Someone in my Reylo discord (yeah I’m trash, but who’s going to fight me willingly about it?!) saw this book recommended on Facebook, and I took one for the team and volunteered to read it. We all love fanfics, but we’re still picky people, of course!
I can see a lot of parallels, but I guess you could apply ...more
As with all of Keary's work, her characters all so well thought out. I absolutely adored Nova (the main character) from the start, she is certainly complex, leads with her heart ...more
This novel was a short read and the series is being told in "episodes". In this first episode, we meet Nova, who wants to get off the planet with her father and friend. She has a job but on the side makes weapons illegally with Neron. The Dominion wants control over all the Neron and they currently do not know about the Neron deposits on Korpillion, but secrets never stay secrets forever. Neron has incredible powers when it weapo ...more
From the beginning of this book I really connected with the main character – Nova. She is a character that is kind and caring and although she was taking part in some illegal activities she was doing it for her families future. I ...more
Neron Rising, the f ...more
Nova is living a mundane life on a over crowded planet, working a day job also doing something illegal to get her, her dad and friend to a better planet. She thinks she has a little while but things change and she's on the run.
I can't wait to read more.