Constelis Voss Vol. 1: Colour Theory by K. Leigh
Leigh pens an interesting story in Constelis Voss Vol. 1: Colour Theory. I haven't read work from this author before, and I enjoyed it, as it was unlike anything I've read before. Alex is an android (artifical Life form), and he undergoes an "upgrade" of a personality file, but it's from the 90s, and it's way in the past, and from earth. It's a very intriguing journey that Alex takes, especially since he is on a ship that is the least to say, dystopian. The story brings in the believable, even if almost impossible. Alex needs to solve the mystery of the future of human kind, so he can save it. The story lets the reader in and take a good look on how it relates to our world as we are. It's a well written story, and I look forward to whatever comes after this story. Looking at life by coloring in the lines, makes you stop and think. "Rage was a color Polly had never draped herself in, yet it had coiled behind the clench of her teeth for years. Alex might have had the permissions it needed to finally grow, but Diana had set it free to strike from behind her teeth." It's a great story to follow and try to figure out what will happen next.This author's characters develop and interacts well with the other characters. Constelis Voss Vol. 1: Colour Theory is a definite recommendation by The After Show with McKensie Stewart and Amy Shannon, as well as Amy's Bookshelf Reviews. I look forward to reading many more stories by this author.