Book Review: Across The Universe by Beth Revis
When you first come across the title “Across The Universe”, you immediately know that this book is definitely out of this world, like literally. You immediately start picturing aliens, spaceships, astronauts and all that kind of stuff. Well, a spaceship is definitely there. Even though you might not get much in terms of astronauts and aliens, some spaceship romance might make up for that a little.
For a super-hyped sci-fi, dystopian, YA novel, there isn’t much room left for the imagination. You may run short of Ahaa! Moments since most of the twists and turns we have encountered before. Let’s see; an unfortunate situation arises, boy meets girl, boy saves the girl, the boy helps the girl to try and figure out what went wrong, sounds familiar?
But then again, that doesn’t mean that it is all boring and mundane. One aspect of the society that this book clearly brings out is racial profiling. You will definitely relate to Amy on this. As for Eldest and Elder, that is a story for another day. This book deserves a 4 out of 5 ratings based on the strong moral awareness it posses.