Colonialism and Identity in Prism Stalker

In a world of metaphysical power and telekinetic ecosystem, Vep is sold from one colony to another for war and profit. In the midst of her struggle for survival, she grapples with who she is and how she can turn her situation around without dying first.

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THIS BOOK
I have not read a book like Prism Stalker in a while. The world in which its characters inhabit is interesting and brutal. The colours, the psychic powers, the languages all feed into a cohesive, believable world that drags you on a journey with weird characters who can read minds and manipulate their environments.



DISLIKES
It starts quite slow, leaving me wondering what was going on. But my persistence paid off in a big way as the story became clearer and the plot unpredictable.

WHO IS IT FOR?
Prism Stalker is for those who enjoy sci-fi mixed with fantasy. If you don't mind a space opera with loads of aliens and colour, then you will enjoy this.

Many thanks to Image Comic for review copy.

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