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Reviewed by Samantha Dewitt (Rivera) for Readers' Favorite
What began as simply a mission to install a satellite turned into something that shaped and changed the course of Daniel Walker’s life. When he finally manages to get his ship into orbit, however, the trip to Tau Medea, and especially the trip back, is definitely not what he expected. The new life form that they encounter on the trip creates a completely new situation they have no idea how to resolve. But there’s something else going on back home. Cadmon’s life was never easy, and now he has developed something that can save his life and make it better than ever, but there are consequences, or maybe that’s exactly what Cadmon wanted in NanoMorphosis by M.L. Anderson.
The main characters in this book couldn’t be more different from each other, but their lives have become entwined in ways they couldn’t imagine, which definitely makes them interesting. Everyone, from Daniel and Aurora to Cadmon and Sanchez, is someone you want to find out even more about. There’s a whole lot going on in this book and you never know what is going to happen or who the bad guy is. But it creates a book worth reading. The characters are interesting, realistic and a whole lot more. I will definitely be looking for the second book in this series because NanoMorphosis by M.L. Anderson is a book I won’t be forgetting anytime soon.