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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Hatred Day by T.S. Pettibone is a compelling read that revolves around 18-year-old Snofrid Yagami who is an alien trying to co-exist with humans. Set in the future, the story shows a society which is full of savagery and where magic has found its way into Earth. Snofrid has lost her memory and she is hated by her own Inborn clan. But she has help from her brother as she is trying to figure out who likes her and who hates her. The Inborns are hated and hunted by humans, and Snofrid now wants a way out and to be free. She makes a deal with Commander Hadrian and his ruthless set of soldiers. Hadrian is manipulative and has a lot of enemies. Will Snofrid be able to achieve what she is looking for?
The story has many dimensions to it and is laced with magical powers, aliens, humans, and many other elements that reveal a futuristic society, and that makes it an engaging read. All the characters are authentic and unique, and the fluidity in the writing style gives the book a good pace and movement. The author blends science fiction and fantasy together effortlessly, making readers wait in anticipation for the next volume. The book has all the ingredients that will hold the attention of readers till the very end. Snofrid's character is well sketched and all the scenes in the book are vivid, as well as the plot, the characters, the background, and the villains. The plot is fascinating and thrilling, and will keep readers hooked till the very end.