Aurora Burning by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff | The Aurora Cycle

This was one of my most anticipated reads of the year and it did not disappoint even in the slightest. 

The review might contain mild spoilers.

The Synopsis:

An ancient evil threatens the fate of the galaxy but Squad 312 is ready to save the day. 

They have to take care of some minor inconveniences first, though – like Kal’s long-lost sister who isn’t very happy with their reunion, the GIA agents who have been infected by the virus and who want to get their hands on Aurora. 

They find the Hadfield and they know that the black box of the ship is their ticket to saving the galaxy, but they are short on time and as a sole survivor of the catastrophe, Aurora bears the weight of the galaxy’s fate on her hands.

The book has some shocking revelations, a heist and some epic fighting to help you along the way, if you weren’t already interested in the fate of Squad 312.


My Thoughts: 

What I liked about the book: This was one of my most anticipated reads for this year after finishing Aurora Rising last year and loving it. I looked forward to the fate of Squad 312 and the book did not disappoint in the slightest. There was a lot of tension, a lot of character development and some interesting plot twists that definitely kept me on edge. My definite favorite of the Squad is Kal and I can’t wait to see what happens next.

The relationship between Kal and Aurora was possibly my favorite part of the book because it’s very well written in my opinion and there is room for more development. I also enjoyed the friendship and the character development within the squad and I had several proud moments when reading about their interactions now vs in book one. This book did not disappoint at all.

A quote: “I need to let go of my past, and focus on my present.
I need to abandon who I was, and embrace who I am.
I just need to burn it all away.”

My Rating: 5/5 stars.

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