While I enjoyed The Evaporation of Sofi Snow (you can find my review here), I absolutely adored the finale.
Mary Weber is one of the pre-eminent authors when it comes to world-building in the sci-fi/fantasy genre and Reclaiming Shilo Snow is no exception with plenty of action, intrigue and head-scratching in the search for the truth. Through the eyes of Sofi, Miguel, and Sofi’s mom, readers are given a well-rounded picture of Sofi’s world. The story engaged me from the start and moved at a speedy clip.
Yet, it was the message of this book that shines through the pages the brightest. The message of what sets us apart. What makes humanity, well, human is our ability to love others beyond ourselves.
Granted, not everyone does so (neither in the book nor in life) and evil pervades. But in Jesus’s own words…And now these three remain: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love (I Corinthians 13:13).
Weber has managed to wrap the essence of that verse within the covers of a fictional story with aliens, gamers, corrupt leadership, and a girl and boy who have the ability to save earth.
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