Title: Among Us
Author: Kristina Rienzi
Source: Sent by Kate Tilton’s Author Services, LLC
My Rating: 4 stars
Danger lurks in the unknown…
Marci Simon lives a double life: conservative professor of English by day, and controversial blogger of aliens by night. But when a classified document lands in her lap, her two worlds collide in an explosive revelation of shocking and deadly secrets.
Despite imminent danger at every twist, Marci embarks on an unstoppable quest to expose the terrifying truth. Only she never anticipated the entangled nebula of dark lies, nor the never-ending wormhole the government would spiral through to silence her forever.
Knowledge can kill.
And Marci knows too much. With global security at risk, no one can be trusted. To debunk the stratosphere of deceit, Marci races at the speed of light to escape the grips of the clandestine Extraterrestrial Security Agency (ESA) hunting her before she vanishes like all the others. But Marci is unique. Despite being the ESA’s prime target, she’s also the skeleton key to the deadliest truth in the history of the universe.
The nightmare is real, and it’s only just begun. Marci must take a nefarious leap of faith before her options, and her breaths, evaporate into a black hole for all eternity.
Thank you to Kate Tilton’s Author Services, LLC for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
It took me a while to finally get around to reading this and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. This is classified as a New Adult Sci-fi Thriller and I don’t tend to read a lot of the Sci-fi genre.
When I first started this book I only read a small amount of it which I don’t recommend doing because at first I struggled to get into it but once I sat down and focused on it I really got into it and it was a fast read and a page turner.
This book is full of non stop action which never once seemed rushed and there were several twists that I never saw coming. The only issue I really had with it was the ending. I mean unless there is going to be a sequel to this book then that ending made the entire book pointless to me. That seems really harsh but I don’t know how else to say it without spoiling it and don’t want to do that because while that wasn’t the ending I would have liked I still enjoyed the story and the build up to the end.