Monday, September 12, 2011

Review # 21: Verita (Verita Trilogy) by Tracy Rozzlynn

     I received Verita and Fast-Tracked through the LibraryThing Member Giveaway Program and was very exited about both. Verita begins with the main character, Brett, suffering the unimaginable loss of both her parents, followed by the realization that the people she calls friends are not what they seem. So instead of staying at the orphanage till she turns 18, she is recruited by a government organization that is sending teens to a habitable planet called Verita in order to study and repopulate it. Once there, (100's of years later), Brett, who has been in suspended animation, wakes to find a new world filled both with familiar humans and strange creatures like Caper the Meerkit. Then trouble strikes and Brett must find a way to save herself and the ones she's grown to care about; (No more spoilers!).

      I thought that Verita by Tracy Rozzlynn was a fantastic read suitable for the beach, or anywhere else you'd like to snug up with a book! The dialogue and descriptions were very well written, and completely immersed the reader in Verita's amazing landscape. That coupled with the fast-paced plot and the adventure/romance angle, made the first volume in this series a great read that I would recommend to teen, or interested adult readers. I almost wish I hadn't read it fast so that I'd have more to read. Can't wait for the next installment! 

Rating: On the Run (4/5)

*** I received this book from LibraryThing Member Giveaways in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

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