After saying goodbye to her family on Earth, Niko wakes in space to find the Salvare off course and divided loyalties among her young crew. As tempers fray aboard the ship, the crew suits up for an expedition to an uncharted planet.
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On Earth, Erik tries to decode a clue from the artifact. Niko flies blind as she contends with a damaged ship and an onboard contagion. Renowned reporter Harper Glass hounds Erik for information. A ship malfunction leaves Niko trapped in a state of deep sleep, where she dreams again and again about the worst day of her life. On an expedition to a mysterious moon, Sasha attempts to make first contact with a second artifact as Niko and Cas get brutally honest with each other. While Niko races against the clock to save her ship and crew, she remembers the first time she met Cas.
Sasha fears his mental state is deteriorating. Erik's new approach with the artifact leads to a shocking development -- and grave consequences. Sasha digs for information on the Salvare's defenses. Emotions run high during the Salvare's strange trip through a dark matter field. Sasha zeroes in on William's weakness. Erik receives devastating news. The battle for control of the ship reaches critical mass as Sasha's endgame becomes clear. Erik interrogates Harper after her close encounter.
When the Salvare finally reaches its destination, Niko and her crew are staggered by what awaits them on the surface. Netflix's Another Life sometimes feels like it's trying to break a record for sci-fi fiction tropes. Honestly, it has filled me with an exhilarating, hate-filled joy. There are moments when you feel like you're about to choke on the dumb, but then the soundtrack slams you with an ill-timed EDM number, and instead you start surfing the maudlin, cackling.
If Another Life were a spoof called Instagrammers in Space, it would be a work of genius. Unfortunately, it takes itself deadly seriously, to the point of unwitting self-parody. I'm convinced that Another Life is a unique space drama, but unfortunately genuity does not always mean good, and Another Life fails to be an immersive experience like that of the genres it draws from. The entire series seems like a parodic sketch that could be titled "Instagrammers in Space," except that there isn't one single humorous moment.
Another Life feels frustratingly unsettled. For the first five episodes it seems to leap between everything from sci-fi horror to psychological thriller, pulling off neither particularly well. But instead of using those themes and tropes to explore something new or exciting, Another Life is an unoriginal, jumbled mess filled with flimsy characters. Occasionally, Another Life will land a decent surprise, or provide an emotional moment that resonates, but its main super-power seems to be making the perils of space travel incredibly boring.
Another Life has pieces of other compelling sci-fi properties, however there's nothing unique or substantial to build a foundation for this space saga to stand on. More Headlines. Top Box Office. More Top Movies Trailers. Certified Fresh Picks.
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Thank you to Wednesdaybooks and Meghan Harrington for my advance copy. Feb 21, Kayla Brunson rated it liked it Shelves: young-adult , arc , read-in We all know that I adore C.
Hunter, so me giving this three stars feels heartbreaking. I was so hyped for this book after reading the synopsis. Unfortunately, some of the characters made parts of this book unenjoyable. Hunter always talks about hard subjects. Heart of Mine had to deal with heart transplants, this one has to deal with adoptions and possible kidnappings. She always mixes a contemporary with some topics that are not easy to We all know that I adore C.
She always mixes a contemporary with some topics that are not easy to read about. The romance here was very cute and sweet. Chloe and Cash both had been through some things that made them who they were today. I loved them together! Her mother worked my nerves like no other. I get that she had just beat cancer and might not be in a good headspace, but some of her actions were uncalled for.
Chloe was the parent to her mother it seems, she grew up to take care of her. She reminded her to feed herself and listen to her go on about her father. For the most part, this reads like a contemporary, but we also had some mystery involved. I was hooked on every clue that we were given until the big finale. While I did have some issues with it, I still enjoyed the romance and the mystery aspect of the book.
I received an ARC via the publisher for an honest review. Blog Instagram Twitter I could definitely see this story translate well as a Netflix film. You hear that Netflix? Please and thank you. Ripped away from her old life and friends she must start over while taking care of her mother and resenting her father.
Oh and the real kicker…someone suspects that she was in fact kidnapped as a child and her real parents live nearby. You can whip through this book in a few days. As a young adult book, I felt it was relatable to high school life and teenage emotions.
Being adopted, or a foster child, added another complex layer of emotions; and, author C. Hunter explored a wide range of internal battles with love and accepting love. Thank you to the publishers for providing me the arc of In Another Life in exchange for my honest review. To read my reviews visit: www. This is going to be another one of those reviews that I'm going to keep on the shorter side because I don't want to spoil anything and it's definitely one of those books where the less you know the better it is.
In Another Life follows Chloe Holden, st "If you're not a little bit afraid, you're not doing something right. In Another Life follows Chloe Holden, starting her senior year at a brand new school after a recent and nasty divorce between her parents. Her mother just recently beat cancer but is battling heavily with depression as her father starts a new life with another woman. Chloe is hurt, angry, and quite honestly the head of the household as she cares for her mother.
For this alone, I loved Chloe, flaws and all. From the second we are introduced to her I was able to sympathize so heavily for her over what a nasty divorce especially when your a teen and understand what is happening can do to you. And as if Chloe didn't have enough on her plate already, Chloe finds out from the mysterious and really good looking boy in school that she may have been kipnapped.
Talk about A LOT going on for the poor girl. This story is definitely one that will evoke a lot of emotions from you as you dive into Chloe's past knowing it will alter her future forever. I found that this had just the right amount of romance, coming of age, mystery, and thriller elements to it.