Review: Parallax by Gaja J. Kos

To save herself, Cairo must save the enemy except it might take her death to do it.

Cover Design: Merry-Book-Round


Last time we saw Cairo, her crew had been arrested and imprisoned. She had been caught by her sister who is a ranking officer in the SCAR Forces Delta Faction. Then Cairo was sentenced to a fate worse than death, she was made into a tool for SCAR uses.

Now she is made of mechanical parts which everyone can operate at a push of a button, except for her. There is no chance for escape, even when it is right in front of her. She has no choice but to work for SCAR for die.

Gaja J. Kos takes us on a space adventure with lots of action and gun-fighting in Parallax the second book in the “SCAR Forces Delta Faction” series. Kos definitely tests the new body mechanics that Cairo has and gives me heart failure in the process. What fun! 

There is high-flying spaceship action, on the ground fighting, betrayals, potential allies, and blood galore. Everything to satisfy an action junkie’s heart. Kos gives us a thrill ride and lets Cairo remain true to her core character. 

Oddly enough this book could be read as a standalone as it is a complete story. This does not mean that you should not read the first one!!!! (laugh)  I am loving this series. I cannot wait for the next adventure.

I received an ARC of this book and I am writing a review without prejudice and voluntarily.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Further Details:
Publisher: Boris Kos, B0822G8WMN, 2020
Series: SCAR Forces Delta Faction #2; Setting: Taran Space Station
Pages: 108

Editor’s Note: previously published on PRW on 19 January 2020. Edited with updated content & PR standard formatting on 21 March 2020.



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