The Kota Series: Book I – A Book Review

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The Kota Series: Book I
By: Sunshine Somerville


The future is an ugly place, but we are not left without hope. Still, what is a dystopian world supposed to make of ancient Kota prophecies, Warrior children, swirling Signals, time-traveling Bearers, and an inescapable Virus?
For Trok, these Kota prophecies mean little until the day comes when he is called to be the Marked Warriors’ guardian. With Trok’s guidance, these four Warriors with hyper-natural mutate-genes must answer destiny’s call to fight the Dominion, a global tyranny controlling the deadly DRK virus.
Watching through time, Trok sees the bigger purpose behind all that happens, but how everything comes together surprises even him.


The Kota: Book 1 (expanded version) (Kindle Edition)

In ‘The Kota: Book I’, Sunshine Somerville has written a spell binding, science fiction novel with intense characters and a solid plot. The novel is set in a time of an apocalypse. There is a virus that cannot be cured, but can be held ‘at bay’ by receiving an injection that is controlled by one man. In this dystopian world, the man is out to rid the earth of the Kota people, especially the Kota Warriors.
This book held my attention from start to finish. Once Sunshine Somerville had set the history, timeline, and characters the action flowed with many unexpected turns and twists; that includes ‘Time Travel’, ‘Time Portals’, and ‘Prophesies’.
I loved this well-written book, and recommend it to anyone who loves Science Fiction novels.

Note: I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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