Niko was a fun book to read. Past the end of the world, after the water turned bad and monsters became normal. It was an a book that was quick to read.
I am giving this book a 5/5 star rating as I lost track of time reading it.
water, a fact seventeen year old Niko is only too aware of as she
struggles to provide for her two younger brothers in a post apocalyptic
landscape where the rain burns like acid, food grows increasingly scarce
and any Slither that crosses her path is laid low before it can sink
its teeth into her.
Then one night everything she'd ever worked for
and loved is consumed by a raging fire, leaving her with one brother
missing, the other dead and herself gravely injured.
rescued by the Rose Circle, a rogue group of Slither hunters. They sneak
her into Amaryllis City, a decadent metropolis where those able to pay
the exorbitant entrance fee live a life of relative ease.
Niko, Amaryllis City is not the haven she grew up believing it would be
and her unique abilities as a Slither hunter make her a particularly
visible target to a city with hopes of experimentation, replication and
other nasty bits.
All Niko ever wanted to do was find her baby brother, but that's proving to be harder than expected.
down South when she was 11, where she was bitten by the writing bug, as
well as other, less friendly insects.
series starting with NIKO and set in a world where the rain burns like
acid and flesh eating monsters roam.
When she is not hard at work on her fourth book she has fun reading, listening to K-pop, and photography.
Kayti lives in Georgia.