Monday, 24 September 2012

Review: Under Ground (#1 The Diamond Mini-Series) by J.M Zuniga

Left alone in a secret room after their parents were kidnapped, Diamond and  Obsidian must take care of their younger siblings. But how? They are facing both the threat of intruders and the threat of starvation. Will they survive or will their fate fall into the hands of the intruders? Or worse yet, will they starve to death?

Enter the world of The Diamond Mini-Series. It is a mini-series of short stories, each one picking up where the other one left off. Follow Diamond on her journey of survival and life.
J.M Zuniga has created a great introduction to her mini-series that successfully establishes Diamond's character and sets a tone of mystery and action.

Diamond is an interesting character who is very easy to like and follow. Her reactions are deeply human and therefore believable which is something that I really enjoyed in this short. The mystery surrounding the events that led up to and are still unraveling around Diamond's current situation are effectively described and created. J.M Zuniga holds back enough so that the reader is let with questions, yet answers enough so that we aren't completely frustrated.

The emotive detail in this short is very beautifully created. The writing is fluid and easy to enjoy and follow. Under ground is an ideal read for YA and adult readers who are looking for a short read, but a read that still has succinct detail and depth. Very enjoyable.


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