Title: A Girl Named Blue: The Adventure Begins
Series: The Adentures of Blue Faust, #1
Author: Cecilia Randell
Publication Date: July 15th 2017
Genre: Adventure, New Adult, Romance, Science Fiction, Young Adult
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Blue Faust considers herself an ordinary girl. A little shy, maybe, and a smidge isolated. But she’s got a plan for that, and a list.
When she and her mother move to a new city, she implements it. This will be The Year of New Things, and there will be adventures. Little does she know just how right she is.
While out hiking one day with new friends, she finds herself in a strange world. She is confronted with kidnappers, stubborn beast-mounts and killer crystals. Throw in an assortment of hooligans, mercenaries and clansmen, and Blue has all New she can handle.
Learn to ride a horse-like thing
*** Please note that this is the first book in a slow burn reverse harem series, there are no sexy times till a few books down***
**Also, there is violence and some swearing, so, yeah.**
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A Girl Named Blue is the first book in the series by Cecilia Randell. It’s all about a girl named Blue Faust, with the blue streaks in her hair and all-blue outfit in her first day of school.
This is a reverse harem read and it’s quite my first time having to read something of that genre. I honestly thought of DNFing it because it seems so slow at first but deciding to finish it was a really good idea so I recommend readers to be patient and absorb every part of the story to enjoy it.
Blue Faust and her mom just moved into a new town. It’s cute that in her first day of school, she was like “Blue rocking blue.” I actually like her name and the idea of her list of new things. Blue clearly is daddy’s girl and I wonder what I’d be like if I’m my daddy’s girl too, lol.
The story is mainly Blue along with her group of friends as they managed to get to a whole new planet with no idea why they ended up there. The writing is pretty good. It’s easy to read and understand as long as you’ll be patient because it really seems dragging at first.
I had this cringy feeling while reading the book because Blue’s name seems to repeat all the time. Well, I get that it was written in the 3rd person POV but maybe using other words to imply that it’s Blue the book is talking about.
I honestly don’t know yet how I feel about reverse harem though it’s a good thing to try it out and have this as my first read. I absolutely loved how the Moa’ta’s camp worked with all those amazing tech with the tents. It’s like their tech is hidden and I remembered Wakanda. (I seem to have this fascination with MCU references)
This seems like a good read. I didn’t love it that much nor hated it. I recommend this to fans of reverse harem! Overall, I rate A Girl Named Blue by Cecilia Randell, 3 out of 5 stars!
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