Let me start of by saying it absolutely wasn't a bad book. In fact, I really liked reading about all the astronaut training Aurora went through. So why the two stars only? It was good, but not GOOD. I liked it, but comparing it to everything else I've read this past month, this book just doesn't compare. It just felt that Aurora was a very passive character in finding her killer and taking control of her life as a Titon. I felt bad for her when Zane kept on pushing her away, and I didn't really see any sparks between her and Sky considering how he spent most of the book disliking her immensely, and then poof: he likes her and they're getting down to some astronaughty business (see what I did there?)
By the time I was 75% of the way through the book, I just skimmed the rest of the book till the end and still completely understood what was going on. It was a lot of techie-talk that got boring. To be honest, I'm not sure if I'll pick up the next book. However, don't let my review stop you from reading it. It's a good book that I think a LOT of people would like. In fact, I think I have liked it way more had I not read 3 kick-ass books before it.
Now, can we just take a moment to talk about that GORGEOUS cover? AHH. I love the space swirly around them and how Zane and Aurora are wearing their body armor. Though, her face does look a bit severe.