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Reviewed by Sashon Davis for Readers' Favorite
The next step in the evolution of mankind has resulted in a group called EVOs. After being deserted by their creator, Mother, the EVOs decide to get her attention by committing mass murder. After all, this is what they were trained for. Enter a detective duo, Alice and Richard. We follow the enthralling case as the detectives come face to face with the murderers, friends, and members of their squadron. Will they solve the case or will the EVOs continue to use them as bait to draw out their creator? Mother (Rise of the Nova’s Book 1) entices its readers by taking them to a near-distant future in which mankind is the lesser species. Will evolution finally be the end of humans or will the detectives put a stop to both the EVOs and Mother? Follow the story by Reginald Andre-Estime and Vanna McAuliffe as they lead us into a dystopian world characterized by government politics, control, love, and raging hate.
In Mother (Rise of the Novas Book 1), Reginald Andre-Estime and Vanna McAuliffe have managed to create a gripping story from the outset by introducing the idea of humans being inferior to those races that may evolve in the future. This is followed by a display of the powers of these ‘God-like figures’ and how easily disposable humans are. This introduction to the new series engages us with themes such as phylogeny, mystery, love, and betrayal. The story allows us to follow the journey of an unlikely detective duo, Richard and Alice. The plot quickly evolves by turning the dynamic duo into pawns. The authors also introduce another storyline at the beginning of the book relating to the evolved beings, which they skillfully integrate to create an action-filled science fiction novel set in the dystopian era. The story ends proficiently with ideas of what the rest of the series could entail. I am eager to see how the relationship between Alice and Myra develops.