The Crossover Review

The Crossover

By Heather Horst

Genre: YA Sci-fi

Release Date: March 10th 2018

Summary

It’s been 12 years since Ella has buried her brother Weston, today she buries her Father. Tomorrow she begins her life as an average University student. Unfortunately, much like Ella’s childhood, things do not go as expected. Before the semester can even begin Ella finds herself intertwined with eccentric peers, family ties, and an alternate universe.

Now Ella is thrust into the responsibility of keeping her personal life in order while saving another Earth from their impending doom, and potentially her own.

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Review

I enjoyed reading this book quite a bit. It was a fast read in my opinion. We’re just starting to know Ella before she is quickly thrown into this dilemma. It surprised me when I felt like I was just beginning her journey and realized I was already halfway through the book!

Horst has some very interesting characters and twists throughout the story. It definitely took many different turns then I expected, especially with how quickly things progress. Also, some details that would otherwise be surprising in the book are given in a completely normal context. It was a very refreshing way to develop characters and plot. It also has good representation, especially the progression of loss. Not only that, but the confrontation of helping an alternate version of a father she just lost? Plus a brother she never got to see grow up. I honestly was surprised by how well Ella handled all of that. That’s just the beginning of what’s in store.

I think this has the potential of becoming an epic series. Everything really seemed like it was on the cusp of getting even more wild. I liked the unique quality of writing that was represented as well. It made the reader feel very involved in the story and was easier to connect to the main character. It was a really fun read!

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