#BLOGTOUR | Tomorrow’s Ancestor – A.E. Warren @amauthoring (#Book 1 & 2 #Reviewed) @rararesources @gilbster1000 #amreading #bookblogger #bookpromo #bookreview

Hi everyone!

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for the Tomorrow’s Ancestor Series by A.E. Warren. I’m happy to be sharing my reviews of Book 1: The Museum of Second Chances & Book 2: The base of Reflections. Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resourcesfor my stop on the tour! Check out my reviews and let me know what you think. 


What happens when the future recaptures the past?

In a post-apocalyptic world the human race has evolved beyond us through genetic engineering – and we’ve been left behind to make amends for the damage inflicted on the earth.

The reversal of the extinction of long lost animals is key to our reparations and all of these are housed in the Museum of Evolution – along with another species of human that hasn’t existed for 30,000 years.

Elise belongs to the lowest order of humans, the Sapiens. She lives in an ostracised community of ecological houses, built to blend with an idyllic landscape. Deciding to widen her stagnating life in the manufacturing base, she takes a chance opportunity to become a Companion to a previously extinct species of human.

But Elise has secrets of her own that threaten to be exposed now that she is away from the safety of her home. And while living in the museum, Elise realises that little separates her from the other exhibits…

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Review:

I said yes to this book because it sounded like a unique plot and I was right. I haven’t read too many books about Neanderthals, but this was so intriguing. A combination of the past and present with genetic engineering in the mix created one heck of a book!

The plot is based around power, society, and genetics but it does it in such a way that I was hooked. A.E. Warren does a fantastic job making the science understandable while maintaining a realistic and credible plot.

The characters are strong, especially our main character Elise. I really cared about her quickly, which is awesome. Character driven novels are my favorite kind.

I highly, highly recommend checking The Museum of Second Chances out. A unique, fast-paced plot, with characters you’ll love and themes that will make you think.

Rating:

5/5☆

*I was sent a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review on the Blog Tour hosted by Rachel’s Random Resources. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*


What happens when the future abandons the past?

Elise and her companions have made it to the safety of Uracil but at a price. Desperate to secure her family’s passage, she makes a deal with Uracil’s Tri-Council. She’ll become their spy, jeopardising her own freedom in the process, in exchange for her family’s safe transfer. But first she has to help rescue the next Neanderthal, Twenty-Two.

Twenty-Two has never left the confines of the steel walls that keep her separated from the other exhibits. She has no contact with the outside world and no way of knowing why she has been abandoned. With diminishing deliveries of food and water, she has to start breaking the museum’s rules if she wants a second chance at living.

One belongs to the future and the other to the past, but both have to adapt—or neither will survive…

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Review:

Can I give a book more than 5 stars? The Base of Reflections is book two in the Tomorrow’s Ancestor series and it somehow is better than the first book, and I gave that one 5 stars! I guess that just means this series is incredibly strong with fantastic writing from A.E. Warren.

There’s a lot going on, and the author does a fabulous job of keeping it all straight for the reader. Nothing about this book is predictable. Everything surprised me (in such a good way). I couldn’t put it down.

We get to see more of some characters that were only mentioned in the first book and I loved them. A.E. Warren knows how to craft characters who feel real.

I suggest reading these books in order. I HIGHLY recommend reading them right now!

Rating:

5/5☆

*I was sent a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review on the Blog Tour hosted by Rachel’s Random Resources. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*


AE Warren lives in the UK. A not-so-covert nerd with mildly obsessive tendencies, she has happily wiled away an inordinate amount of time reading and watching sci-fi/ fantasy and gaming. She is interested in the ‘what ifs’.

The Museum of Second Chances is her first novel and she is currently writing the third book in the ‘Tomorrow’s Ancestors’ series.

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