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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Renascent World is a work of fiction in the science fiction, romance, and adventure sub-genres, and was penned by author Carryn W. Kerr. The work is aimed at both young adult and adult readers to enjoy and it is largely accessible, though it does contain moderate references to murder and scenes of violence. In this thrilling opening to a new series, we find ourselves following the life and exploits of Cassidy Jones, who has lived beyond the destruction of Earth and escaped to what seems to be a blissful utopia. But when she is presented with the mate she is expected to welcome into her arms, Cassidy finds herself longing for another. And he is still on Earth.
Author Carryn W. Kerr has crafted a moving YA sci-fi romance that will certainly tick all the right boxes for readers seeking powerful first love and high-risk action and adventure. One of the things which most impressed me about the work was the conceptual framework and Petriville itself as a town that has quite literally placed itself above it all. Cassidy is a great heroine with real vulnerabilities, showcased by the author’s talent for close narration, and her passions take her to many risky decisions, but this is also very relatable to the intended reading audience. As such, there’s plenty of high drama, suspense, and thrills that will keep the reader turning from page to page. Overall, I would definitely recommend The Renascent World for fans of dystopia and romance that really packs an emotional punch.