Book Review: Danger’s Fate by Amanda Carlson

Posted April 19, 2019 by lomeraniel in Audiobooks, Post-Apocalyptic, Review, Science-Fiction / 0 Comments

Book Review: Danger’s Fate by Amanda CarlsonDanger's Fate (Holly Danger #6) by Amanda Carlson
Narrator: Emma Wilder
Series: Holly Danger #6
Published by Self-published on 03-18-19
Genres: Post-Apocalyptic, Science-Fiction
Length: 7 hrs and 52 mins
Format: Audiobook
Source: Author
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Overal Rating: five-stars

The floating city exists…
Upon receiving the urgent missive, confirming the existence of the Flotilla, there’s nothing left for Holly to do but rush to their aid. Hundreds, if not thousands, of lives are at stake. But the government, now run by her crew, are holding back their efforts. Betraying them could mean the start of a bitter feud, just when the dark city has a chance to regain its lost resources.
Alaria Bancroft is in the fight of her life—against her father and his trusted followers. After cutting the hydro-farms loose, they’re in jeopardy of being lost at sea. To complicate matters, the biospheres are broken beyond repair and food stores are rapidly dwindling. If help doesn’t arrive soon, they all die.
Ari’s only option is to sneak back into the floating city, in one last attempt to save as many as she can. When Holly arrives, the two have to work together, but it might be too late…

An amazing conclusion to the Holly Danger saga. The Flotilla, already mentioned in the first book of the series, is a reality, and victim of a crazy man, they are in need of help. Holly and her team will try to assist, but they will need to do things they have never imagined before.

The Flotilla was something that caught my attention when I first started reading this series. I knew there was going to be a good backstory. Many of the elements in the series are tied up here in a satisfying conclusion. The world created by Amanda Carlson was a very exciting one, and I had a great time exploring it along Holly, Daze, and the rest of the characters. I have read this book with a mix of satisfaction and sadness. It was an exciting journey, and the characters did grow on me. Secondary characters have more importance in this book than in previous ones, and this helped in providing a rich story.

Emma Wilder does a stellar job again narrating this book. It is her usual top-notch narration, which makes listening to this book a great pleasure. Wilder gave the characters have distinctive voices and transmitted their emotions so that they feel like real people.

As sad as it is to say good-bye to a great series, we can witness the beginning of something else at the end of the book. I’m looking forward to what Carlson has in store for us, I am sure it will be amazing.

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Story (Plot)
Overall: five-stars