Warp is a time-traveling novella featuring Hailey and her continuously changing life. We follow Hailey as she navigates her life with both Chase and Micah and her changing feelings toward them both.
It is rare that I will read a story involving complex space notions in an otherwise simple book. I enjoyed the layout of the book, where each page/day, wasn’t filled with too much information, just the things most important to Hailey, and, thus, to the story overall. The cover art was appropriate, and I loved how once I got more into the story I was able to understand the symbolism in the overall picture.
This storyline tugged at my emotions throughout the whole thing; I felt like I was in a previously popular book series and was having to choose whether I was for Team A or team B for the boy whom she should end up with. The author did a great job of having the audience feel her emotions and feel like they are witnessing the events first-hand. The ending made sense, but still left me wanting more; I look forward to more being written by Nat Fladager!
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|Author||Nat Fladager • Chris Bigalke, Illustrator|
|Page Count||99 pages|
|Publisher||Kindle Direct Publishing|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|