I’m still celebrating The Flight of the Spark’s December 3 launch.
And rejoicing that I’m already hearing from readers.
Here are just a few of their comments:
From two of the Amazon reviews:
What an imaginary tale this book is. Evelyn Puerto’s engrosses her readers in a new world so well you’ll feel like you’re right there. You’ll despise every wrong, fight every danger, climb every mountain, and walk away wanting more. I’m happy it’s book one in the series.
The Flight of the Spark drew me in and immersed me in its very real dystopian world. Excellent and seamless storytelling, and I’m very happy to say the story didn’t have a cliffhanger ending!
From two of the Goodreads reviews:
Dystopian is my favorite genre, and Evelyn Puerto didn’t let me down with her new book, Flight of The Spark. The author knows how to create conflict and release tension only to produce another danger around the next corner. Even the ending came as a surprise to me. I devoured this book faster than I wanted. I thoroughly enjoyed Flight of The Spark!
Let me tell you what I liked: There are bandits, war boars, and raiders; bowstrings, battle axes and throat slittings; wagons, swords, healing amulets and caravans. And there’s a prophecy! Wow! See what I mean? And then there are beautiful words and excitement in every page. I could NOT put it down. Fantasy. YA. This will make a great gift, to give or to receive *😉* this holiday season. I recommend it highly.
From an early reader:
I loved reading Flight of the Spark. I couldn’t put the book down. It’s been awhile since I’ve read a book where I was captivated right from the very start. Evelyn Puerto takes you on an adventurous journey as you travel alongside Iskra who takes a stand against the status quo of her village in search for the truth risking everything she holds dearly.
Knowing people have read the book with pleasure makes all the work that went into it worth it.
If you’ve read the book and enjoyed it, I’d love it if you’d leave me an honest review. This will help other readers find the book.
PS Reviews don’t have to be long. Twenty words or so about what you liked will be awesome!