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Reviewed by Sefina Hawke for Readers' Favorite
Progenitor by Sherri Moorer is the first book in the Earthside Trilogy and can most definitely be considered science fiction. Progenitor will appeal most to young adult females who enjoy science fiction; male readers may also enjoy the book, but with a female main character, this book is geared more towards a female audience. Progenitor follows Kalea Kerner, an electrical engineer, who was all set to take over her dad’s company when her world was sent spiraling after her Uncle Carson woke from his comatose state and healed her broken foot without any known medical technology. Kalea Kerner's world was forever changed with the words “the world is about to turn.”
Progenitor (The Earthside Trilogy Book 1) by Sherri Moorer is a well written science fiction novel that did not waste any time with useless background information. Instead, Sherri Moorer drops the reader right into the hospital room with Kalea Kerner and her (at the time) comatose Uncle Carson. From this point on, Progenitor moves at a fast pace and fills the reader in with information about Kalea Kerner’s life on a need to know basis. This allowed me to get to know Kalea Kerner as the character she is in the book, instead of who she was supposed to have been in the past. I greatly enjoyed reading Progenitor (The Earthside Trilogy Book 1) by Sherri Moorer and I look forward to the next book in the series!