Song of the Depths

A Why Choose Science Fantasy Adventure

Romance - Fantasy/Sci-Fi
476 Pages
Reviewed on 09/23/2020
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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

Song of the Depths: A Why Choose Science Fantasy Adventure is a work of fiction in the steamy romance, reverse harem and science fiction and fantasy sub-genres, and was penned by author Bonnie L. Price. The first book in the series of the same name, this work is intended for mature adult reading audiences due to the presence of explicit language, scenes of violence, and some harrowing topics such as slavery and assault. The work follows the characters through their exploration of different cultures, physicality, and social structure whilst also unveiling a wider, more sinister plot as the wicked Empire plots death to the Syldrari race.

Author Bonnie L. Price has crafted a truly unique and stylish work of science fiction which offers readers a well-balanced approach to both the romance plot and the wider, cyberpunk thriller arc of the plot. In the series opener, we find ourselves well established in the Creshe Empire and introduced to its brutal ways very early on, which elicits a great deal of sympathy for the characters as they struggle to break free of their respective chains and forge a life for themselves amid the stringent regime. One of the aspects which I really wanted to celebrate throughout the book was its commitment to diversity, which encourages the readership to open their minds to gender and body type in a whole new way through the science fiction genre. Overall, I would certainly recommend Song of the Depths to fans of paranormal reverse harem who also want plenty of plot in their stories.