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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Pink House is another work of fantasy and science fiction written for young adults by author TK Rising. In this third addition to the Blue Star series, we meet a new character in Rising’s ethereal world where fantasy and sci-fi collide with personal, emotive narratives. Daniel is a young man who comes from a somewhat violent and difficult background, and though everything appears normal on the surface, the boy hides a terrible, murderous secret. This leads him to bond with the dark and dangerous Phearus Elconn, an alien being who utilizes time travel to bond with the boy and the two sides of his personality.
Having read the second book in the Blue Star series some time ago, it was fascinating to see how Daniel’s origin story comes about and how it connects to the wider world and time line of the overall plot. Author TK Rising introduces and employs the time travel concept well here, without interfering with any of the previous plot lines of the series, past or future. We have a chance to see a new darkness develop in a villainous yet sensitive character, and watching Daniel slide down that dark and slippery slope was powerfully emotive. Once again, Rising mixes the fantastical action-packed plot with a highly emotive narrative, combining a lot of information into a novella-length package that adds to the overall canon of the series well. Pink House is a must-read for established fans of the series, and for readers who enjoy seeing the progression of a hero into a villain.