What you choose becomes you.
Against everything he had known as truth, William has made the choice to protect Sydney from the forces seeking to destroy her. Just as these two Star-Crossed lovers are beginning to explore their relationship and search for answers to the mysteries of Sydney's existence, she advances to the next stage of her Star-child evolution - Supernova. She struggles not only to control her new powers, but also the emotions for her new love.
William seeks to find the truth behind Sydney's erratic behavior, while overcoming the new threat headed to Earth to destroy them. With new villains and old allies on the horizon, and chaos brewing on William's home world, will self-sacrifice prove to be the only way for him to achieve victory and defend his love, or is there another way?
I liked the overall storyline but dislike how childish the protagonists often act.... Although, they are still in high-school and with surging hormones and changes I understand it.
I was a little confused about the ending. It was not what I was expecting, and a little sad about how it happened (don't want to spoil here).
The vocal recording is very clear without any background noises. Occasionally I feel there is the wrong emotion used by the author based on characters words but is well done.