Today's review is on Tundra 37 by Aubrie Dionne
Deciding to branch out of my comfort zone a bit I agreed to read Tundra 37. What I found was science fiction romance that could melt even the coldest of hearts. Fluctuating between chapters of the past and the present day, the reader can't help but to fall in love with the characters.
We have all had thoughts of the world ending as we know it. In Tundra 37 it actually does. There is hope however. Scientific advancements have allowed for space travel aboard the Expedition. It's only hitch is that it will take twin sisters with amazing abilities to make it happen. They will have to become a part of the ship itself.
The people responsible for the ship and its expedition want the human race to continue. This means that they are accepting only the best candidates to live on the ship. These include those higher up in the "class" system and those with the best genes.
Three hundred years after the ship has left Earth, Gemme is sitting in her office going over the computers matches when she is interrupted by Luna. Use to getting exactly what she wants, she offers Gemme an chance to see the Seers in exchange for making sure that she is matched with Lieutenant Brentwood. Just before the ship is thrown into a meteor shower though, Gemme's own name appears on the matching screen along with Brentwood's.
Having to land on an ice covered planet, Brentwood, along with a small team are sent out to find a new fuel source. But there is something else out there that one of the Seers wants, but it could do more damage than good though.
Can the four members of team Alpha Blue find the alternate fuel source before time runs out for the rest of the colonists on the ship?
Well written, Tundra 37 was a surprisingly good book. (Though there were some editing mistakes.) I look forward to reading the next installment in the series.
3.5 of 5 stars
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