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Earth is dying. Hope waits light years away on Arcadia, a planet veiled in cyan atmosphere...and harboring a dark side.

On the last day of Cassie’s starship journey to her new home, her father is killed in a mysterious explosion. Somehow, she manages to escape death - helped by a vanishing stranger with otherworldly blue-green eyes.

But his presence lingers in her dreams.

Officials swear the explosion was a horrible accident, but she’s convinced they are hiding something.

About her father. About Arcadia.

Orphaned and alone, Cassie begins to see curious glowing visions and soon the boy with the cyan eyes reemerges. He offers her one chance to uncover what became of her father and the secrets the planet holds.

Two worlds collide, and a powerful attraction draws her to Javen. She can’t say no to the opportunity. Even if saying yes forces her to choose between saving humanity or saving Arcadia.

The complete series contains all four books from The Starfire Wars: Starfire, Dark Matter, Parallax, and Zenith.

©2021 Jenetta Penner (P)2021 Jenetta Penner

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  • NMwritergal
  • 21-03-22

so dumb

I know this is YA, but dumb is dumb.

Most important scientist ever is blown up. His vapid teenage daughter wakes up 4 days after the explosion. Nobody will tell her what happened to her father. 2 teenaged boys are alternately assigned to help her as she has to leave the ship and move to the planet. One is the president's assistant, because of course the president would have a teenager as her assistant. She's unceremoniously dumped on the planet in a 250 sq. foot apartment with bunk beds, a roommate, and expected to get a job. Nobody has told her anything. But there is a mysterious boy nobody else but her sees who sets her heart to pounding. And meanwhile all she does is whine, or "growl," or yell and swoon.

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  • Bree Powell
  • 28-07-21

Narrator kind of ruined the story

Loved the ideas in the story, if a bit dumbed down. There was a lot of foreshadowing and it became pretty predictable. The author mentioned things that didn't seem relevant, but I soon figured out that meant it would come back into play later, even if it was two books down the line.

I had a hard time with the narrator's constant inflections. It made every single sentence seem surprisingly important. I just wanted her to chill out and give a normal, not ground breaking reading.

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  • KtGlow
  • 12-04-21

Excellent narration and story!

Wow! Rebecca Johnson did a fantastic job bringing Jenetta's story to life. The books themselves are incredibly well written, but the addition of narration really let the story shine. Highly recommend listening to this one!

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  • Darlene Long
  • 16-03-21

excellent

much better than reading to yourself. they make the story come to life. definitely recommend!!