Tile: Against The Darkness
Author: A.M. Griffin
Series: Cimmerian Moon #1
Genre: YA & Science Fiction
Publication Date: June 4th 2014
Source: Ebook given to me by YA Bound Book Tours
Seventeen year old Sinta Allen has one objective, to get from Tallahassee, Florida to her mother in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Seems simple enough right? Wrong. Hostile aliens have invaded Earth-and it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that we’re losing the fight. While the aliens bring devastation and destruction and take people away to God knows where in their spaceships, Sinta, along with some of her classmates must rely on their survival instincts, a little luck and each other if they want to survive the venture across the country. The last thing she needs is for Wade, her school friend and Jason, her rescuer, to distract her along the way.
Against The Darkness was so amazing, I love it so much. This book is about aliens invading the Earth. Not even the good aliens who want to live beside us. I mean the creepy ass, evil aliens that want to enslave the human race. It so happens that when the aliens attack when Sinta(who is so badass) is at band camp away from her mother. Her and her school peers leave from Florida to go and find their parents in Michigan. Along they way Sinta meets Jason (who by the way is very, very, hot).
The romance in this book is so real and the ending has me dying from the want for more. I can’t wait to get my hands on The Ashes That Remain because I really think I will die without it. I give this book 6 stars hands down. Get this book and follow along on Sinta amazing adventure.
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A.M. Griffin is a wife who rarely cooks, mother of three, dog owner (and sometimes dog owned), a daughter, sister, aunt and friend. She’s a hard worker whose two favorite outlets are reading and writing. She enjoys reading everything from mystery novels to historical romances and of course fantasy romance. She is a believer in the unbelievable, open to all possibilities from mermaids in our oceans and seas, angels in the skies and intelligent life forms in distant galaxies.