Magenta Skies

Magenta Skies: Rise of the Berserkers, by J. R. Manga, is the first book in the Berserker Saga. This story follows Reo and others as they fight to gain control against the first inhabitants of Titan. Reo is a gifted boy, who is destined to fight Gagoten, which is fueled by his need to seek vengeance for his father’s death.

Reo has power that is seems outwardly divine, but he also has darkness that dwells within. While he is the key to winning this battle, his team provide much needed support in the form of an alliance. As he builds his team of pilots and commanders, he aims to remain on Earth, and save the people he cares about the most.

I found the author’s writing style impressive, with multiple points of view, which gives depth to the story. Each character has their own unique storyline and developing circumstances. This novel has multiple short stories with varying scenarios, that are woven together to provide a strong foundation for Reo’s journey. The book presents varying elements that are complex, but exciting, and I found each storyline engaging and intriguing.

Magenta Skies: Rise of the Berserkers is imbued with a sense of adventure, and is an exciting start to a series that I would highly recommend for the interesting characters alone. The story is a riveting amalgamation of sci-fi, horror, and fantasy sewn together with a creative writing style that elevates this story and makes it highly entertaining.

Pages: 567 | ASIN : B0BCHC3SC4

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Posted on December 11, 2022, in Book Reviews, Four Stars and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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