Saturday, March 30, 2013

Review of The Star Dwellers by David Estes

The Star Dwellers by David Estes
Second in Dystopian Series
The Star Dwellers is the continuation of Adele and Tristan's story in the Dwellers Series.

The story picks up where Moon Dwellers leaves off with Adele and Tawni going to rescue Adele's mother from prison and the rest of the group including Tristan staying behind with Adele's father, Ben. As I started to read this book I noticed the author's writing was a little more relaxed, still told in both main character's POV;  taking the world building a step further. As it evolved the author developed and revealed the characters' relationships in an honest way. I was drawn in because every time I anticipated something happening I was surprised with a twist and turn taking the story to a different level; it has moments where you laugh, smile then there are those where you tear up and want to cry. Mr. Estes does not disappoint in the action department but most of it happens towards the end of the book. There are still many questions I need answered and I can't wait to read the next installment to this series. The book is definitely a YA read. 

Rating 3.5 out of 5 Stars


  1. Your rafflecopter link won't let me post a comment from my ipad LOL Anyway...just wanted to say your blog looks nice:) I have some of the same books from netgalley to review. I have too many books from netgalley if you wanna know the truth. And I love David Estes books. Looking forward to Ice Country.

  2. Thanks for the review, I really appreciate it!!!