On a remote island in Alaska, Malcolm is part of
Project Isolation, where he must reflect on the crime that cost him the only
thing he ever loved. He spends his days and nights alone, with his thoughts and
his art—drawing the woman he lost.
But his isolation comes to a strange and abrupt
halt when a miniature winged woman with pink hair and striking blue eyes comes
literally crashing through his cell and his life.
Is Verity Nine a fairy? A sophisticated spy drone?
She’s says she’s a human, and she just might be the answer to the pardon he’s
so desperately wanted. But at what cost? The closer Malcolm gets to Verity, the
less he sees a fantastical creature or a robot—what he sees is a woman for whom
he might be willing to sacrifice it all.
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The gorgeous cover drew me to this book. I’m guilty of picking some of my favorite reads just by a hunch on the cover. It’s an interesting quick read… I read it in one sitting because the plot is so different and intriguing I wanted to know what happened next.
Malcom is alone on an island in Alaska except for his neighbor. Both men paying out a crime, locked up and chained like dogs in exchange for being in a real prison. Malcom did something bad, something he’s too ashamed to talk about… until she comes a long.
When a doll like robot crashes into Malcom’s cage one night, it changes everything. Malcom has questions.. who is she? WHAT is she? This tiny human like doll with metal wings can’t remember her memories, her past or what she’s doing here. She knows her body is gone. She KNOWS she’s human. So why does she look like that?
“Some people can know you for months, but because you look a certain way or are a certain size, they can’t seperate reality from their mistaken first impression.”
Something bigger than big is happening here and Malcom is going to figure it out. With the help of people he hopes he can trust. At this point he has no choice.
My rating: 3/5 stars
*I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Many thanks for allowing me to read this book.