Thoroughly Entertaining

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While I am outside of the target audience, I was pleasantly surprised to find that “Star Splitter” was a thoroughly entertaining read. Seriously, I couldn’t put this book down! I loved how the story was told in duel timelines and perspectives, switching back and forth between the present and the past, as well as the two Jessica’s. However, near the end (after the two girls reunited), I’ll admit it was harder to decipher whose perspective the story was being told from. Nonetheless, this story was engrossing right up until the end. The writing style was fantastic - the setting and characters were well developed and felt real. “Star Splitter” may be science fiction, but it still feels within the realm of possibility, like space teleportation and exploration could be on the horizon. The only thing I would change about this book is that I wish it kept going - if only there was an epilogue so we could find out what happens after Jessica reunites with her parents. I’ll keep my fingers crossed that we’ll be lucky enough to get a sequel, there’s definitely ways to continue this storyline!