Tuesday, October 6, 2020

PUB DAY! Domino Strays; Tristan Palmgren


Title: Domino Strays
Author: Tristan Palmgren
Genre:Science Fiction; Superhero; Young Adult
Publication Date: October 6, 2020
Publisher: Aconyte

The job: infiltrate a Chicago conman’s cult to liberate some brainwashed twins. For former X-Force operative Domino, that’s a “hell no”. Fanatics are bad news. She still has nightmares about Project Armageddon, the super-soldier program that wrecked her life and destroyed her family. If only she’d had someone to help her back then, someone… like her. It’s a total pain in the ass, but maybe it is time to finally face those demons. With her probability manipulating superpowers she can turn even the worst of situations to her advantage.

*A thank you to Netgalley for allowing me to read this. This is my honest and unbiased review*



Hello my fellow readers,

To be honest, at first I was not sure about this book, but as the story unfolded I found myself sucked in and wanting to know what the hell was happening. I don't think most people know who Domino is, and I was a little surprised to see that she got her own book, but I am glad she did. The book was a little hard to start as it felt like Domino mostly rambled on to me , but eventually I got used to Palmgren's Domino voice and story rhythm. 

This book is like three stories in one. The stories are interconnected and adds alot to Domino as a character. While the story does jump around a lot there was never a moment for me, where I felt confused but rather it kep me reading like breadcrumbs leading me to the ending. I do wish we got to see more od Fomino interacting with her team. Despite this being a standalone, it reads like a second book in a series and I have a feeling it probably ties in to the Black Widow book which I have not read. 

Overall, a great book about a character that needs more love.

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