Charlie, The first two volumes of a brand-new young-adult trilogy, Victories Greater Than Death and Dreams Bigger Than Heartbreak, were written by Jane Anders. Additionally, she is the author of the short tale collections Never Say You Can’t Survive and Even Greater Mistakes. The last volume of the utterly heartbreaking young adult (YA) series Unstoppable by international blockbuster author Charlie Jane Anders is titled Promises Stronger Than Darkness.
Charlie Victories Greater Than Death, the first volume in the young-adult trilogy Unstoppable, and the collection of short stories, Even Greater Mistakes, were written by Jane Anders.
Elza anticipated spending her time in the palace donning exquisite clothing and learning everything there is to know after she was made a space princess. Still, she is actually on the run as everyone is looking for her and her pals.
Rachael goes on the journey of a lifetime with her closest friend Tina, but now that Tina is gone, Rachael is the only person holding her pals together as they go on a desperate mission to free everyone from an old curse.
One hint, one brilliant, enigmatic opportunity to avert the end of the world, has been discovered by Rachael, Elza, and their pals. And that returns them to the last place they would want to be: asking Tina’s body thief Captain Thaoh Argentian for help.
After discovering the premise of this novel, readers were hooked to their seats! It has blessings and curses, a mission to save the planet that is virtually impossible to complete—everything a good science fiction novel should have. In addition to City in the Middle of the Night, All the Birds in the Sky is another of her works. Because Anders used a diverse and gender-fluid cast of heroes to tell this story, it was an essential component of the narrative that attracted people to this novel.
The Unstoppable Gang is up against the cosmos with just a motley crew of misfits, crewmates, Earthlings, friends, lovers, and one bothersome frenemy; they quickly discover that in order to live, they might have to cross a line they pledged never to travel. . But Anders goes on to add another twist, giving Tina’s character a dangerous edge. Because Tina is a famous space captain’s clone and the memory retrieval method is unable to provide essential personal memories, the heroes must devise a new plan.
Those who have read science fiction before may find this book unrefined and awkward. Despite this, the novel has a lot of exciting aspects. The action, with Tina as its captivating main character, will take you on a crazy ride. The reader may anticipate seeing more of it in the novels after this one. It was a pleasant addition.