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Blog Tour – The Sky Drifter by Paris Singer

Blog Tour – The Sky Drifter by Paris SingerThe Sky Drifter by Paris Singer
Published by Booktrope on August 27th 2015
Genres: YA, Science Fiction
Pages: 223
Format: Mobi
Source: YA Bound Book Tours

I received this book for free from YA Bound Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


Wandering in the vastness of space, is the Sky Drifter; an academy reserved for the best students in the known universe. Seven is just such a student. Gifted in strategy and Sphere, he lives happily on-board with his friends Iris and Pi, taking on his rival, visiting planets for exploration and competition. Everything is the way he likes it, until he sees a mysterious girl in a red coat, who will reveal to him a secret that will bring everything he thought he knew crashing down around him.

Seven is a student on the space ship academy the Sky drifter. With a myriad of creatures in which to share the academics and free time with. We follow life of seven and things start to appear glitchy. Seven finds the world he has always known might not be the truth.

In ” an Oyster  Shell –  This was a fantastic Si-Fi with a creative base of creatures like star trek.

The Pearls – The world-building in this book was incredible. The diversity of species and the great depth the author went to describing them was just phenomenal.

The characters were strong in this book. There was a well-defined protagonist, great supporting characters, and a well-developed main character.

The plot in the book was fairly interesting. The book had different elements that reminded one of their favorite books or t.v.

The Sand – The end of the book was fairly disappointing, The hint that there may be more to the story redeems it somewhat.


3 Stars

About Paris Singer

Paris Singer was born in Brussels, Belgium. He has lived in the U.K. and in various places in Spain, where he currently resides. At university, he studied English law and Spanish law. He didn’t like it. He then studied translation and didn’t like it, either. Currently, he is an English teacher in the south of Spain. He has far too many interests, he’s told, a few of which being sports, playing his old guitar, learning Japanese, painting, reading and cooking. Not a day goes by, however, where he doesn’t write something, be it under a palm tree or on a bench at a bus stop somewhere.

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