Zepharius (Volume 1) review by morganlee
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Science Fiction

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Age at time of review - 32
Reviewer's Location - Chicago, Illinois, United States
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What would you do if someone tried to eradicate your memory and replace those thoughts and images with whatever they wanted? How would you feel? Would you fight for answers or accept the changes? Zepharius’ life was normal as could be until she became a soldier for the planet Gisaawek and was forced to forget everything she ever knew. She would focus only on her assignments with the goal of being able to protect and serve the planet to the best of her ability.

However, things change, and a new goal has formed. Now Zepharius must start on this quest to find out why soldiers are disappearing, why no one is talking to one another unless they have to, and work to find Natamoré with the hope of being able to restore her planet. Can Zepharius accomplish this, and at what cost?



I typically do not read science fiction books, but what captivated me with Zepharius (Volume I) was the cover of the book and the synopsis. I was confused by some of the names presented in the book, but I appreciated the illustrations and glossary because it helped to break down the meaning of the names and how to pronounce them. There were also a few grammatical errors, but they didn’t take away from the overall read. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes science fiction and thriller novels.

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