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Reviewed by Ruffina Oserio for Readers' Favorite
Book Two of the Earthside Trilogy, Metamorphosis by Sherri Fulmer Moorer is a compelling sci-fi with memorable characters and a conflict involving aliens and technology at its peak. Hailey is a distressed woman — abandoned by her husband because of her Parkinson’s disease after losing her father to death. Now, she lives for one thing: nano-science. When a power surge through Earth’s satellite system destroys the nano-technology, Hailey knows she has nothing left to live for. But it’s just the beginning of chaos because threatening voices invite her to help them gain control of Earth’s technology and evolution. She is dealing with powerful aliens who might as well take control of everything on Earth, and only her knowledge and skills can stop them. Can Hailey and her brilliant colleagues in nano-technology mobilise in time to stop the invasion of Earth by aliens?
It will be very surprising if Sherri Fulmer Moorer is not a scientist herself because of the complexity of the ideas that come across in her novel. I loved the protagonist immensely; a woman with a disturbing illness and a sharp mind becomes compelling enough for a complex story. The plot is multifaceted and there are many surprising turns to give readers hair-raising moments. The concept behind this story is a great one and the author seems to have done a lot of research into her subject. The writing is confident and the narrative voice comes across clearly and strongly. I enjoyed the way the author explored the internal conflict in the protagonist, an aspect of the narrative that will provoke powerful emotions in readers. Metamorphosis is a title that features unforgettable characters and a fast-paced story that will keep readers in their seats for hours.