[Book review] Gemina


Title: Gemina
Author: Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
Pages: 659
Genre: Scifi, Fantasy,
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

This is the second book in the series, please click here to read my review of Illuminae.

Gemina may be the second book in the series but we do not continue with the Kady and Ezra we grew to love. We now follow Hanna Donnelly who’s father is the commander of the Heimdel station. Together, she and an unsuspecting dust dealer will be all that this space station has to save their lives.

Oh No’s

They hiked up he’s explosion thing in the shit I really literally nothing happened like they hooked it up multiple times. Here there were multiple scenes leading up to it and a lot of build up and then the scene lasted one page and no one exploded and nothing happened they just continued on

Definite Insta love there was no reason for these two to love none whatsoever denied did not feel any love nothing they shouldn’t even kissed made no sense/


The only real yay for this book for me is the fact that it is a sequel to illuminate yes we do get to see the characters from the first book at the very end but I felt like their characters were just thrown in there just to be like hey BTW they’re still alive and they’re coming I really didn’t like the continuity of this.

I lied I guess there is another yay it’s the fact that this is a sci-fi book that it is written about space and I really am into space lately I mean I got a husband a very expensive telescope. I also love the style that this book is written in the fact that it was written in Wikipedia pages and dialogs I felt like the chat was very blessed in this book I really prefer the first one like at least five times over 10 to this book


This is definitely my least favorite sequel to a series like ever. This is everything i never wanted.

My similar recommendation for this novel would be Exile by Glynn Stewart.

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