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Indie Book Review: “Aaru” by David Meredith.

Kindle Unlimited, Indie book, indie author, indie publisher, young adult, fantasy, sci-fi

Tech Summary: Read from September 23, 2018, to October 10, 2018.

Hello book royalists! This is another indie review that I was so happy to accept and so exchited to start! I got a few request from different authors to read their work, and this is one of the best reads that I have had so far in the year! (From an indie publisher)

So let’s get to business!


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When Imagination is your limit, you know you have no boundaries. David Meredith delivers an artificial world that stretches the limits that shouldn’t be broken. Imaginative and geeky are the main attractions of this twisted AR. A world where you can be whomever you want but there are still nightmares that will remind you of your lack of existence. – Inkish Kingdoms

A realm of unlimited happiness will fester the sweetest dreams, but once again, we see that our worse nightmares come from humanity itself. Repulsive for all the right reasons. Characters that go from the sweetest and simplest of all to the most arrogant and disgusting of all. The author takes its audience to the encounter of one of the most amazing and less expected plot twists.

The Matrix meets a Fairy tale… A dark tainted Fairy tale.

A title written to be mischievously misleading from interesting and fun with a well written story. Davis’s style is simple and sometimes heavy, depending on the characters. At moments, Koren, one of the main characters, annoyed me for her immaturity, although she was 13… The title was, at least for the first 50% of the book, slow and there was a lot of plot building. However, from there the plot started to pick up until you reach the 80% of the book… where it will make you flew through the pages, and hell break loose.

Honestly, I will recommend this title for its dark themes and perfect for this month and any other month. The sci-fi part is taken to another level, so if you can cope with that, you can totally get the best out of this dark fantasy!


So, the kingdom has given this book:

4 coronas

It seems that your majesty is kind of pleased and the knights have spoken!

knight selectin

If you wish to check the Goodreads profile, hey! Feel free to go there! I have added below the link to the review and the rating I gave to this book.

Goodreads – My profile

Aaru (The Aaru Cycle Book 1)

If you liked what I wrote and/or if you wish to comment or discuss, come and do it!

Thank you for reading!

“Find your peace, find your joy, find your book, and never let go”.


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