#ReadIndie Review: Girl From Above: Falling by Pippa DaCosta

Posted December 15, 2016 by Stephanie in Girl From Above, Girl From Above: Falling, Pippa DaCosta, ReadIndie, Review, Science Fiction, The 1000 Revolution / 4 Comments

Title: Girl From Above: Falling
Author: Pippa DaCosta
Series: The 1000 Revolution #0.5
Publication: March 4th 2016

Genre: Science Fiction
Rating: 4/5

Caleb Shepperd is a fixer. He’ll do anything for credits.

When he’s hired to track and kill a woman who’s muscled in on a dangerous smuggler’s territory, he figures it’s just another day in the black…Until he’s trapped in a silo with his mark.

‘Just another day in the black’, could turn out to be his last day alive.

A 10,000 word prequel to the science fiction series: Girl From Above.

Girl From Above: Falling was a great prequel to Girl From Above: Betrayal, which I read last year and loved. I really liked reading about how Caleb and Fran initially met and how she ended up being his pilot. 

I just can’t help but like Caleb. He’s not you every day main character. He’s kind of a criminal and like the synopsis says, he’ll do anything for credits and this is so true. But that’s what I like about him. And I loved his chemistry with Fran!

I gotta admit, though, that when I read Girl From Above: Betrayal I didn’t like Fran all that much from what I remember. I’m not even sure why. But I did like her in this story. I thought she was pretty badass, actually. So I can’t wait to continue with these books to see if she stays that way. 

So since it had been a while since I read book #1, I think it was a good call to read the prequel. It makes me very excited to continue the series as I’m really into science fiction these days. And also, this book was such a page-turner!

       About the Author:

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Pippa DaCosta is a hybrid author. Before securing a traditional publisher, she published the Veil Series (a x5 book urban fantasy series) independently in 2014. She has also published two science fiction books, with more planned for 2016. Pippa is traditionally published with Bloomsbury, and Random House Germany. Her work has been featured in the Galaxy Chronicles anthology, part of the Future Chronicles series. Pippa continues to independently and traditionally publish her work.

She lives in Cornwall, UK.

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