Review: Rayne: OuterSphere by Quoleena Sbrocca


Publisher: Dreams LLC

Publishing Date: October 2016

ISBN: 9780998010731

Genre: YA/ Fantasy

Rating: 1.3/5

Publishers Description: In book two of the Rayne Trilogy, Rayne and her master eagle comrade find themselves trapped in a desolate land. Here she discovers what she thought she knew about the world and the Ancients is a lie.  Once desperate to leave her home, Rayne fights to return to the only life she’s ever known. Isolated from her reality, she is forced to choose between killing and surviving… Because in this world, the weak perish, and the strong live to fight another day. 

Review: Rayne continues her myopic and self-centered journey by fighting alongside, er people and showcasing how much she loves herself by describing everything in her experience in infinite detail. As she wends her way through the desolate lands she manages to minimally use her powers (which could have made life way easier) and her dumb eagle seems to not be able to fly back out to safety. And why did the dumb eagle take her there in the first place? Flawed reasoning and plot holes invade this once promising debut series.


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