Thursday, April 16, 2020

Wordy Thursday: Ornery Reviews: Project Tau

Project Tau
Genre: Science Fiction
Rating: Three of four stars for Online Book Club and four of five stars for Amazon
Disclosure: I received an advance copy of this book for review purposes. This review is a duplicate of my review on Amazon. This post contains affiliate links. If readers make a purchase through the links provided, I will earn a small commission from Amazon.
The author did an excellent job creating the personalities of the main characters, Tau and Kata. I really appreciated the bond they formed as they helped each other cope with the terrible conditions at the lab where they were imprisoned and experimented on.
The book touches on important topics such as the ethics of cloning and the dehumanizing treatment people inflict on those they consider inferior.
The only reason I didn't give the book five stars was because I felt that other than the Trendellian security chief, Samara, the female characters were two-dimensional. The male characters were much better developed.
Homecoming by Jude Austin
I am already reading the second book in the series, Homecoming. I couldn't wait to find out what was next for Kata and Tau after the shocking culmination of the first book.
Your ornery Aunt Cie
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