Kazuo Ishiguro meets the Hunger Games, following a new generation with enhanced powers and even more deadly challenges.
WhatBookNext.com ~ 5/5 stars. “After reading the Black Spiral Trilogy, I have a heads up to some of the characters, but I don’t think it’s essential to read that first to enjoy this new series – Eternity Loop… Eileen Merriman’s writing always seems so effortless, and is always engaging. Indigo Moon is told in two points of view, with her friend Rigel discovering his own enhanced traits as he searches for her across the world. The imaginative is blended brilliantly with the dystopian and a possible future for humankind. Our world is struck by viruses that threaten human existence, and the unethical will do anything to benefit.”
Services to Schools Staff, National Library ~ “Eileen Merriman doesn’t fail to please in the first in a new series which links to her earlier Black Spiral series. Shape-shifting, time-travelling teens bounce across the globe while trying to solve a mystery and save the future of the world.”
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