(Review) Gyre by Jessica Gunn
I received a copy of this book in exchange of an honest review.
It's been a while since I picked up anything else other than contemporary novels and hell I am so glad to give this book a chance.
Chelsea just wanted to survive the Battle of the Bands show where she's supposed to perform with her band for the audience and hopefully, win. So waking up in a strange room and being told that she had teleported to a classified Navy vessel is the last thing that she would have expected. Enter Trevor. The guy that had at least tried to save her from being attacked by a stranger a few months ago, and now he's standing there on the other side of the room, being a part of the Navy that most likely decided to put her in jail for trespassing a classified area. If only that's the case.
The plot blew me away. I was so excited when I read the blurb and got even more excited by the time I finished this book. I definitely love Jessica Gunn's take on history and the way she molded it into something new and fresh. Add superpowers and a perfect dose of romance and action, this book is a must-read for you fantasy lovers.
I absolutely enjoy the characters and how they developed throughout the story. The pace and writing style of the story is perfect, same for how the romance had developed. Once I step through the first chapter I am definitely hooked. Overall, Everything was so exciting from the beginning of the novel and I am pleased to say that I would definitely be recommending this book to everyone.
5 EYES OPEN (5/5)