Star Sick & Star Lost Buzz

Read what people are saying about Star Lost:

“Well, this was nothing that I expected…this is one of the best books I’ve read this year.”

Mrs. Reading Runes, @_reading.runes_

“…Wilda is a real character that I came to love, her perspectives and outlook on the world. The diary adds a spin off with timeframes, entries into a different year and from or about a family member. Loved this and look forward to book 2 in the series.”

Emma Minazza, @emma_bookaholic

” This is a Dystopian society disguised as a Utopian society where books are eradicated and illegal to own – NOOOOOO. We follow Luccee who lives in the society which is set in 2076 and she is concealing her mother’s diary from everyone else until she meets someone who she trusts and forms a bond with. This society has a practice of Erasure – the practice of erasing memories from the brain – to ensure that the society stays under control. We follow Luccee as she struggles in society and how she fairs under the strain of this oppressive society. I can not wait to read the next book in the series to see how Luccee overcomes this.”

ARC Reader

“This was an adventure you went through with the characters who were fighting for their past, present, and their future. Luccee starts to come in on her own realizing their way of living isn’t right…I can’t wait to see what Luccee does and the fight she has before her.”

Yvette Garcia

Read what people are saying about Star Sick:

“Several of the jokes that were included in this piece made me laugh out loud…”

“A captivating science fiction novel (for readers of all genres) full of witty banter that had me laughing…highly recommend.”

Fleur DeVillainy co-author of the Clan of Mist

“The humor was poignant and satisfying and I’m excited to see what Amy writes next.”

Sheila Masterson, Romantasy author of The Lost God Series

“The world-building in “Star Sick” is incredible. Ayres has created a detailed and immersive universe, with advanced technologies for space travel and intricate societal structures. The amount of imagination and detail put into this future world is truly impressive.”

ARC Reader

“There were interesting themes like the need to question unjust governmental decrees, the importance of remaining true to yourself, especially when those intrinsic truths are misunderstood by the majority and laws are being written to subvert such traits. Ultimately, it touches on our FMC Luccee’s determination to be who she is…”

“The author’s writing style is engaging, painting vivid imagery of the futuristic world while delving into the emotional complexities of the characters. The story successfully balances thrilling action sequences with moments of introspection, creating a narrative that keeps readers invested from start to finish.”

Troy Wilson, Author of Fake News: A Novel

“Reminiscent of a fusion between the imaginative world of The Wizard of Oz and the dark reflections of technology in Black Mirror. Star Sick is a riveting read that not only entertains but also serves as a wake-up call, urging readers to contemplate the impact of social media on our lives and the potential long-term repercussions of its unchecked dominance.”

Verified Amazon Reviewer

“Ayres skillfully crafts a compelling narrative that combines elements of science fiction, adventure, and romance. Luccee’s determination and resilience make her a relatable and inspiring protagonist, leading readers on a thrilling and emotional ride. The author masterfully explores themes of identity, conformity, and the power of human connection.”

Beer & Books

“I think the story has wits, the main character is relatable, especially for an introvert like me.”

Soleah K. Sadge, Award-winning author of HEARTS AND STITCHES

“Luccee is a great character. I see a lot of myself in her. The fact that the story starts with her trying to open up an ‘ancient’ Kindle is hilarious … I found I couldn’t put the book down and may have stayed up to the early hours of the morning.”

ARC Reader

“Luccee has to allow herself to depend on others, and figure out who is worthy of depending on, to guide herself— and maybe everyone else— to freedom. Real freedom, not complacency.”

ARC Reader

“The book is packed with action as well as self reflection and I loved it.
I am looking forward to reading Amy Marie Ayres’ other works.”

L.C. Ainsworth, Author of Too Many Horsemen, Not Enough Horses

Cleverly written, with great imagination and relatable characters…this story is a great reminder of how individuality and odd quirks are what make us human, how we differ and complement each other enable us to succeed, and that is something to be celebrated not erased.

Helen Garraway, Fantasy author of Sentinels Awaken and the rest of the Sentinels series.