Book Review – The Last Seed by Moud Adel

The Last Seed
by Moud Adel
Indie Author: Yes
Kindle Unlimited: No
Publication Date: 9.21.2019

Epic Fantasy

Page Count: 168 Pages


Orantine is the best spy in her faction, the one they go to for impossible missions. But her next target is like nothing she has faced before, a high ranking official in a faction whose members can see the future.

Orantine has never failed before, but this time, she isn’t sure success is possible.

Armed with her faction’s genetic mutation, and the latest technology the world has to offer. Orantine believes she has found the perfect plan.

Nothing comes without a price, however, and this mission will push her to the edge, and further.

How far will she go to ensure success? And how far is she willing to go to prove she is the greatest in her world?

Sabetha's Review:


One of my favorite things about reading indie authors is that you can watch their writing grow with each book they release. They haven’t had the 10 other people that trad provides to polish a book. It’s a more raw, personal experience. Moud becomes a stronger story teller with each story I read from him. You should 100% jump on this journey!

Like War Remnants, The Last Seed tells the story of how one of the other young adults that has been selected for the newest Forbidden Warrior council landed her spot.

This book is heartbreaking, if you’re a parent it will probably be double heartbreaking. So grab a box of tissues and prepare for a wild ride. The political intrigue, and level of deception is enthralling. I couldn’t put this book down from the moment I started it.

I love how different each faction is, fully thought out and unique from each other. The magic of this faction is just as intricate and well designed as it was in the faction we discovered in War Remnants.

I can’t really discuss the plot without giving away major spoilers, but I assure you it is worth the read. I didn’t see a few of the twists coming and thought the end was bittersweet, but accurate to the characters.

I look forward to getting to know more characters within this world, and grow more excited about the coming test with each book.

Manda's Review:


This is a beautiful, but sort of sad story. I have been waiting for this book for a little while, and it was definitely worth the wait. The author keeps growing with each new story. He has a wonderful imagination that is apparent in the characters and worlds he builds, and this world is no exception.

The MC Oran comes from one of four factions, and hers is the Lunardis who are the most technologically advanced if them all. They have seeds on parts if their bodies that correspond to different abilities which are built directly into them. The story begins with Oran being sent on a spy mission for her faction to gather information on a rival faction called Delphia. The only problem is that they can see the future. So she and her husband come up with a plan to us their seeds to their advantage. Can they outsmart those who can see the future? I can’t tell you anymore without giving away precious details. You’ll just have to read it to see what happens. I will tell you that it is an emotional rollercoaster in the best possible way. I would highly recommend this book. I can’t wait for the next in the series to come so I can find out what happens next.

Jess' Review:


Spectacularly moving. This story was so wonderful. Action where it needed to be. Emotions where they fit perfectly. It was a little different, trying to wrap my head around the seed concept at first, but it really works for the story. They have specific colors and functions and they bring a very different element to the story. A little distopian, a little magical, a little technological and blended so well that it is completely believable. When you get close to the end, though, have your tissues waiting as it will pull on your heart. Moud describes his characters so well, they are brought to life and you are immediately invested in their well-being. I really can’t wait for the next installment!

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