Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Fledge Online Book Tour: Review of Fledge by J.A. Huss

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Well-trained soldier or genetically engineered monster? 

Junco Coot can’t even remember her trip off Earth; she was too busy being morphed into her new avian body. But reality hits her hard when she wakes up to find her new life is not what she expected. Not even close. 

Tier is on trial for treason, the avian president wants her dead, her new military team is hostile, her body is being taken over by an illicit AI, and her only friend is a ten-year old throwaway boy.

In most places the avian Fledge ritual would be nothing more than mass murder, but here in the capital city of Amelia, it’s called growing up. Junco has two choices: fight to the death to prove her worth, or get sent back to Earth in the hands of her enemies.

In a foreign culture and surrounded by people she can’t trust or count on, Junco must find a way to save herself and Tier without losing her immortal soul in the process.

CONTENT WARNING - Just like CLUTCH, Book Two has lots of bad language and extreme violence. You've been warned. This series is NOT YOUNG ADULT.

Recommended: You have to give it a chance. Good Science Fiction read!


About Fledge
                                                  Recommended Ages: 15 and Up
                                                            Paperback: 388 pgs
PublishedOctober 1st 2012 by Science Future Press (first published September 18th 2012)

       For This Review: *Paperback Provided through Innovative Online Book Tours*
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In Fledge, Junco happens to make the transition into an avian we had touched on from reading toward the end of Clutch. She has overall a great avian form. The problem now is that Tier is seen as an avian traitor in his world and she is split apart from him. The only way to save him from death because of his treason is to fight in some battles to the death that almost mirror The HungerGames.

Fledge really becomes even more bloody ad full of action than thought the I AM JUST JUNCO series could get. Junco has to cut throats and slaughter avians who seem very bloodthirsty themselves. Avians seem to like that people have the potential to be fierce warriors much like Junco so she's seen as a goddess. So we see throughout others who are weaker and therefore hated. In this respect feel Fledge is a strong novel so we see that the weak don't survive setting apart the avian world as genuinely apart from humanity. Moving on to the characters, we see Junco has quite the growth of male attention from so many corner such as Ashur, (Tier's best friend), Lucan, and Kush. I am a fan of Tier and through and through so much of the time all the other guys passed through my head.
Fledge surprises a lot so Flight should come as very anticipated by readers of the I AM JUST JUNCO series!

Overall: Amazing read!

Genre: Science Fiction, Romance

About the Author

J.A. Huss writes new adult speculative and science fiction as well as an entire line of science non-fiction textbooks that cater to home learners. She has an undergraduate degree in equine science and a graduate degree in forensic toxicology. She adores everything science and considers herself a major geek! Her first series is called I Am Just Junco and is due out on October 1, 2012.

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