Book Review: Europa – A Sci-Fi Adventure Of Galactical Proportions

I normally enjoy reading science fiction. It takes me back to my childhood days when I loved watching cartoons that had something unrealistic in them which included science fiction most of the times. However, I now know that every science fiction is not good and I need to choose books more carefully in the future. I give it 3 stars out of 5 and here is my review of it.

The story begins in 2250. Therefore, you can expect some highly imaginative situations that cannot be expected in the present scenarios. There are too many characters in the story and Captain Richard Spark is the protagonist. He has been accused of a murder and the story proceeds with this. The spaceship Europa is set on a mission and the crew has to land on the moon of Jupiter. The caves there have oxygen and even water which comes as a surprise for the crew members of Mission Europa. The story is full of twists and turns. But, it gets extremely confusing too at certain places. You will have to read the book to find it out.

Aarohy Kapoor, Review

The title of the book did not amuse me much. I found it too simple and straightforward. The cover is okay; not amazing but a decent one and could have been made more interesting. The plot is good but with the involvement of too many elements, it became a confusing one for me. The narration is okay. The book was slow at a few places and the storyline seemed to be dragged to fill up the pages. There were errors in the book too which can disappoint you. The book needs some editing.

Pick up this book if you love reading science fiction and can overlook some errors in printing and grammar of the book.

Title- 3 / 5

Cover- 3 / 5

Plot- 3.5 / 5

Narration- 2.5 / 5

Overall- 3 / 5

2 Comments Add yours

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