Across The Universe Book Review

Started to pick up this book today “Across The Universe” from my vacation day visiting my grandparents and managed well to have some fun doing shopping in Chengdu’s major shopping mall district. The store where I brought this book is called “Page One” in newly developed shopping district in the city. 

Today is also Star Wars 40th anniversary for the film and I also hope that everyone enjoyed their experience getting more interactive about Star Wars universe or going beyond out-reaching for the Expanded Universe cultures in science-fictional works of art. In the 40 years since its inception Star Wars has been unrivaled in the impact it has had on popular culture. Special effects films were never the same again since its release when it shook Hollywood at the core and completely reshaped the trends of filmmaking at the time. It is thanks to Star Wars that cinema has given us the opportunity to watch Alien and Predators franchise, Terminator franchise, Transformers franchise, Harrison Ford’s Indiana Jones franchise, James Cameron’s Avatar film and the immensely popular multitude of DC and Marvel movies that get released and the immensely popular multiples of universe in DC Comics and Marvel films that get released just about every year. 

Across The Universe is dedicated to Beth Revis’s parents who found science in nature and her husband who found science in technology, because they all love her who science in fiction. Stated by Dei gratia

Images of broken light which dance before me like a million eyes, 
That call me on and on across the universe… 
                                                 … Nothing’s gonna change my world. 

— Lennon/McCartney

Across The Universe tells us a story and focus about Amy and her family relationship loss from each other from her perspective of storytelling. In which Amy left the life she loves for a world so far out 300 years away from Earth. Beth Ravis did a good job on writing this book and I’m appreciated she did takes time going with full effort for doing quality science-fictional romance story. Trapped in space and frozen in time, Amy is bound for a new planet. But fifty years before she’s due to arrive, she is violently woken, the victim of an attempted murder. Now Amy’s lost on board and nothing makes sense — she’s never felt so alone. Yet someone is waiting for her. He wants to protect her — and more if she’ll let him. Please do pick this book up in a bookstore or library near you, so that you wanted to learn more about Stockholm Syndrome what both Amy and Elder stories have on their health situations when reading through each pages. But who can Amy trust amidst the secrets and lies? A killer is out there — and Amy has nowhere to hide… They’re so close, but still so far away… Across the universe!

Plus I can get this some of ideas in space and romance stories that are told watching from Passengers film perspective on how they are idolizes in that perspective of science-fiction storytelling between Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt acting in their movie. Beth Revis lives in rural North Carolina with her husband and her dog, where she splits her time between writing lesson plans, writing stories and writing up plans to travel somewhere new. Across the Universe is her debut novel. Discover what happens to Amy and Elder in A Million Suns which is the sensational sequel to Across the Universe novel. Beth Revis wrote her first books while still at university, where she secretly jotted down stories instead of taking notes. This is because she is also a teacher, in case you were wondering why she gaggles of sixteen-year-olds in addition to writing teens fiction. 

Thanks for reading my blog on writing the book review for Across The Universe and I’m really much appreciated. To contact for more information on Across the Universe book, please click on http://www.acrosstheuniversebook.com for complete description that are more relevant to you to find the direct source. 

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