Inside the Sun Book Review

The third book of the 8th Island Trilogy. If you liked the first and the second, then you can’t miss Inside The Sun. It was the perfect ending to the book series. And it will keep you turning the pages from start to finish.

Alexis Chute is an amazing story teller. She has an ability to not just tell a story, but let’s you feel that you are there. She takes you to this alien world without so much as a hick-up. It is so vivd, that you swear you can actually see the environment.

We get to dive deeper into each of the characters, making them more and more relatable. Some of the characters that were more guarded suddenly spring to life and you now fully understand where they were coming from. There is a sense of understanding about them that this chapter of the series makes clear

From the back of the book

“All worlds are dying, and it’s up to one broken and dysfunctional family from Earth—the Wellsleys—to save the day.

Cancer-ridden Ella celebrates her fifteenth birthday beneath an enchanted mountain, but it is what lies even farther below—the mysterious Star in the sea—that demands she grow up quickly. While Ella grapples with the sacrifice she must make and the lies she is forced to tell, her mother, Tessa, is hell-bent on protecting her.

Through bizarre encounters, love-sick Tessa realizes that she is not the lonely orphan she believes. Her husband, Arden, and father-in-law, Archie, are not the only ones with magical bloodlines. This revelation changes everything.

As Archie chooses to embody his unexpected ancestry, he learns that leading the charge in the ultimate battle against evil won’t be as easy as he thought. He’ll need his family—and the strange allies he has gained—by his side to give Ella enough time to set things right.

Can they defeat the unstoppable Millia sands—and another unexpected foe—before everything they hold dear is destroyed? Or will their adventure tear them apart for good? The finale to The 8th Island Trilogy will hold you spellbound until the final page, and long after.”

Want to check out the whole Series.
You can read the review on Above the Star HERE
Below the Moon HERE

Or ready to dive into Inside the Sun
Check it out here.

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