With nowhere else to go and separated from their friends, Avery and Clesandra head into the dark mist with Commander Smith hot on their trail. Endless are the rumors about the mist, what lies within it, and its shrouded secrets.
Avery cannot worry about those rumors. Other problems plague his mind. Where is Jace? Is he safe? Where are the others? How will they find them without getting lost themselves? Will he and Clesandra live long enough to see their child born?
Hints and whispers about Daniel’s past and his whereabouts have now surfaced and are troubling Avery. They remind him of his lost brother, Jeremy, whom Avery strives to become but is afraid he is spiraling down the same path that consumed his father.
Avery and Clesandra will discover new truths and lies as they continue their periled journey, including a dark secret that threatens not only the colonists and natives of Panacea but also the entire universe.
I truly enjoyed this novel, the characters were great, the scene was well written as you can see yourself there and the narrator did a great job performing them. I wished I read/listen to the first book because there were many a time I felt lost. This is certainly a story that you must read/listen to in the order it is written. Not a stand-alone novel so don't think you can truly enjoy it unless you read/listen book 1 first.
Change of Tides is a good book, good story, good characters. Unfortunately, I didn't read/listen to book 1, so I feel like I was missing some information I needed to really get into the story itself. That being said, Andrea Perno did a good job of captivating me with this story and Austin Rising does a good job with the narration. It's always good when I cannot think of anything negative to say. haha