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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Love Among The Planets by Isabel Scheck is a beautifully lyrical story of falling in love, losing that love and then falling in love once again. Selena is the soul of the moon; she has been alone for millennia and was prepared to spend the rest of her life alone when she met Aurora. Beautiful, fiery and bright, Aurora was the soul of the sun. Even though the two were very different from each other, there was a spark that defied what was perceived of them and they fell in love. They became friends and then they fell in love. But just like everything good thing, their relationship had to come to an end. When the sun consumed Aurora, Selena was devastated. But then Pearl, the soul of Pluto, showed Selena that love can be found in the darkest and coldest of places as well. Pearl used to be an acquaintance, but she is quickly becoming something more. Will Selena give her a chance? Can her heart take it?
This was such a gorgeous story to read. Divided into multiple chapters, Selena’s story is at once believable and relatable. I adored the flow of the sentences, how the author added character to the narrative and breathed life into the story. This is almost a very long poem that you will want to read again and again. Selena’s story is beautiful as she falls in love, she loses that love and she is not afraid to fall in love again. Nothing is rushed, nothing is forced, you will only find a delightful story that might be a little sad at times but it will have you smiling as well. This is a love story, one that will make you fall in love with it. Very beautiful and serene!