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Supernova: An Epic Space Adventure Series (The Star-Crossed Saga)
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Science Fiction

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Age at time of review - 13
Reviewer's Location - Kingman, AZ, United States
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Supernova is the continuation of The Star-Crossed Saga. Sydney and William's relationship is growing stronger than ever. No other bounty hunters have come after Sydney yet, so you could say that life is going great. Great, that is, until Sydney wakes up in the hospital.

She has no memory of how she got there, but William tells her that she jumped off her roof. Even if she did jump off her roof, that doesn't explain how she broke her leg, because she is supposedly nearly invincible. It is also strange that the day after she gets home, her leg is healed.

After that, things go smoothly until school starts. In school, Sydney is torn between William and her old boyfriend. Sydney struggles with her new powers as her world changes around her. Why are all of these strange events happening? Will Sydney start dating her old boyfriend again? Find out in Supernova!


I thought Supernova was a good book full of action, suspense, and adventure. I liked that the author, Braxton A. Cosby, was able to build on the characters that he created in book one. I was able to picture them even more clearly in this book. 

Cosby used vivid descriptions for both the characters and the action. Also, there was even more action in book two than there was in book one, which made it even more exciting.

A part in the book that I liked was when a huge battle happened near the end. I can't tell you any details, though, or I would spoil the ending. Something I didn't like about this book was that the story seemed to drag on in some parts. I would recommend this book to anyone who liked book one of The Star-Crossed Saga, or who enjoys science fiction and romance.

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Content rating - some mature content

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There is some blood and death.




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