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No matter the planet, Palta Capal is an alien.She's lived a lifetime where she never belonged...but relocating to the "home world" she's never seen has her feeling more like an outsider than ever.Teetering between the thrill of newfound love and the despair of family loss--not to mention the looming threat of global war--Palta doesn't need any more excitement in her life.BNo matter the planet, Palta Capal is an alien.She's lived a lifetime where she never belonged...but relocating to the "home world" she's never seen has her feeling more like an outsider than ever.Teetering between the thrill of newfound love and the despair of family loss--not to mention the looming threat of global war--Palta doesn't need any more excitement in her life.But what she needs and what she gets are two entirely different things.***(This is an alternate cover edition of Relativity, new for 2015)...

Title : Relativity
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ISBN : 24555408
Format Type : e-Book
Number of Pages : 483 Pages
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Relativity Reviews

  • Marla
    2019-05-25 08:39

    This book starts where the first leaves off, on the trip to Palta's family's home world of Ononti. They are headed to Ononti to try and defeat Bito Obo who is using mind control to control the people so they will serve him and overthrow Aeron and his rule. We meet a few new characters and discover new powers that people have. There is some fighting, some tender moments and the story keeps flowing setting up for the next book.

  • Tammy Hall
    2019-05-23 09:24

    After reading the first book in this series Proximity I was left with wanting to know so much more. Then came along Relativity I was over the moon excited to dive in and get answers to the questions I had. This story did not lag at all Relativity picks up right where Proximity leaves off and takes you for the ride of your life! I could not put the book down I didn't stop reading until the end. Palta is just as strong of a character as ever. M.A. George does an amazing job with describing where the characters are and who they are that you feel as though you are right there with them feeling and experiencing everything with them. I watched it all play out in my mind to the very end and still my thirst for this series was not quenched as I knew there had to be more. I feel so wrapped up in this series and I love that it leaves me wanting more!

  • AK Mama Reads
    2019-05-21 03:11

    Mama’ Thoughts on Promimity Book 2:***Spoilers for book 1***We now find Palta on her home planet, feeling anything but at home. Once again her human emotions are so relatable, and the utter loneliness of being surrounded by beings just like you while only having one who even remotely understands you, is devastatingly real. Of course she’s also trying to come to terms with her family not being in her life, and having to process just how much her love for Aeron can carry her. George has slowed the pace a miniscule amount, but it fits perfectly in the middle of a trilogy. Too often these are rushed and lack in content, and that is not the case with Relativity. Again I would find myself wanting to know what happened, but I also enjoyed getting to know Palta a little bit more.Another 5 stars***ARC provided in exchange for honest reviews.***

  • Felicia Tatum
    2019-04-28 07:24

    Wow...the characters are officially out of the galaxy! I love how M.A. George describes the country, the planets, the language, all of it. It's amazing. Palta and Aeron are simply amazing together. I love how they balance each other out, Palta bringing excitement and adventure to the relationship while Aeron keeps them sane and level grounded. I Love this series and can't wait to read more!

  • Unorthodox Mama
    2019-04-29 05:38

    If you follow me on twitter than you know that it took all I had to contain myself when I got this book. I was ready to stick my tongue out and taunt everyone the second it was in my hands. I was THAT excited about it.Relativity is the sequel to Proximity. (Proximity Series) One of the books I credit with turning me into a paranormal romance junkie. (Which was a huge accomplishment let me tell you)First the cover:I love the authors choice in covers. Simple yet stunning. If I was to see either of her covers on a bookshelf they would definitely have to be picked up and checked out.Not something I often think about with many of the books coming out. Most books when you glance at a shelf all look similar. It's refreshing to have a cover catch my eye.I loved Proximity. I didn't think I could love it's sequel more than it, but honestly, I think I just might.Relativity is breath takingly good. [So good I'm making up words here. ;)]Relativity picks up where Proximity left off.Palta, her sister, brother in law (the lone human)aboard her fathers ship with Aeon and Ewenami heading back to their home planet Ononti.We get a glimpse at more of Ononti in this book, at least more of their language and traditions. I am a sucker for books that have these kind of treats. They fit perfectly with out feeling like there was too much detail or overwhelming the reader.I mentioned in my Proximity review, that I am not one to fawn over fictional characters. However, all that changed with this book.9% into the book and I was already awwing and teary. In a good way.Aeon is the perfect man - or at least he seems it. Which leads me to wonder, if this man is ever going to have a flaw. I can totally see why Palta thinks he is perfect.I am curious to see what we may learn about Aeon and possibly his past in book three. (YAY another book!!!)I loved meeting Palta again. It's a little eerie just how much I relate to her sometimes.She had me trying not to choke on laughter as I sat beside a sleeping toddler trying not to wake her.She's definitely my favourite character. Though Nangi is definitely right there with her.I am actually a bit surprised by how I took to him. But I honestly can not picture the story without him. He added so much to the story, both past storyline and future possibilities.I love love love the way those two developed and the way it began to change Palta in small ways but also how it appeared to be changing him. I could probably talk about these two all day. They really were fantastic together but also individually.I think there is a lot more to Nangi than meets the eye, more than possibly even Aeon knows. Especially when it comes to Palta. I think these two might be one of the things I am most excited about.Relativity is a more than (just) a page turner. I was head over heels for the story and had to fight to put it down. I couldn't get enough and finished it that same day. (Waiting for book three is going to feel like an eternity lol)Romance lovers, as well as anti romance readers will enjoy Relativity. The romance is there but the rest of the story also holds its own.The writing in both Proximity and Relativity is exceptional. Plot, world building and characters are solid.Proximity was a favourite of 2012, Relativity is a favourite of 2013. (As well as one of my most favourites period.)I can not recommend this series enough.This series is definitely my go to series. You know those books on your shelf that are worn well loved and you've read so much you have them memorized. These are those books for me.Every once in awhile I'm lucky enough to find books that are magical and remind me why I love reading and sharing my love of books with anyone that will listen. This is one of those times.

  • Brenda- Naughty Bits' Book Reviews
    2019-05-01 07:25

    For this post I'll be reviewing both Relativity and Vitality so I'll try to keep them short.M.A. George has built a beautiful new world with this new species that are very human like on the outside and gifted on the inside. There are some more major differences on the inside that I hope you decide to explore by picking up this series. I really enjoy her characters from their adventures on Earth (Proximity) and to Onontian. She created a story that wraps itself around me and doesn't let me go until the end. These are not short books with Proximity at 314 pages, Relativity at 416 pages, and Vitality at 442 pages. Yet, each book took me about half a day to read because I rarely put it down. When I was forced to I put on my wireless headset and listened. I'm a mom of an 8yr old and a 10 yr old so I've had to take care of them and I still was so wrapped up in these books that I just devoured these books! I'd certainly have to pick up any other books she writes in the future because of it. However, do keep in mind these books are more science fiction then romance. For those you of here that prefer it the other way around if you give it a try it may surprise you as the story wraps around you. I love these covers!We get to know a lot more Onontian in Relativity. It's history, beauty, and it's language all shine as a part of the story. All 3 books have plenty of sweet romance, mystery, and even action but the action in Relativity has been my favorite as the group's attack on Bito Obo takes place. I do think in all 3 books the romance could be turned up just a notch and still have kept their story a sweet romance, but what I learned from Relativity has helped me see that there is a much bigger picture then just Palta and Aeron (Eric's real name from Proximity) love for each other. It's their entire species survival on the line and they are all stronger as a team because of their love. Granted I wanted to give Aeron a couple of kicks when he acts a little caveman-ish.

  • Karla Mae (Reads and Thoughts)
    2019-05-03 04:13

    I'm going to kick off this review by saying that I really admire the author's creativity and impressive way of thinking and imagination with coming up with this kind of Sci-Fi cross Dystopian book. As I've said on my review of the first installment to this series I haven’t read my fair share of books belonging to this genre but once in awhile I find myself reading stuffs like this one and I always get to thinking how imaginative and creative those authors who come up with stories as such this.As for Relativity, I really admire the author's detailed description of the Onontian World – from their language, traditions and other basic information about the made up world. It was unique and pretty much engaging to read stuffs regarding the world where the characters originate. I come to love Aeron more here. He's just so damn perfect which makes me understands as to why Palta feels insecure about herself most of the time. At first I really find her insecurities a bit annoying because I think she’s questioning Aeron’s love for her but after seeing how perfect and unflawed Aeron is I understand where those insecurities come from. As for the romance part, Aeron and Palta is undeniably good together here. Though the story didn’t really focus on that aspect a glimpse of those cute lovey scenes from these two is really worth it.Relativity picks up right where Proximity ends up. The story was still filled with action - a lot of actions and there are still surprises along the way. And contrast to what I've said on the first book as to the pacing of the story Relativity offers a much more engaging and fast pace flow.In all, it was a great sequel to a story that is clearly left off the cliff. I come into reading this thinking this would be the last by NO! There still would be a third book and I'll surely wait for it. ;)*Thanks to the author for kindly providing the copy for review.*

  • Bri
    2019-05-09 08:26

    What I liked: This book picks up right where Proximity left off, with Palta returning to her species home world with Aeron (Eric) in tow. I got to learn more about the Onontian people and the planet in general in this book, and it was things that I wanted incorporated into the story so it feels more like a real planet that has been occupied for thousands of years. The little pieces that come together about the Onontian were pieces that fit into the story and gave insight to what is going on on the planet. The romance between Palta and Aeron is still present and still not very big in the plot, but there were moments between the two that I really liked. Of course, we get meet other people like Palta and Aeron and I really like their parts in the story as well.What I didn't like: I expected the romance to be a bit more of the plot in this one. Not a big part, but since those two came together in the first book and are now on their home planet I was expecting them to have more chemistry and focus a little more on each other but it felt like it stayed in line with the first book more than anything.Overall Review: There aren't many backfalls to this series so far, but the parts that I do like are parts that count and what I'm enjoying about this series overall so far. The danger in this book really ramps up with the threat of the existence of their species on the line as they try and stop the threat. The inclusion of other members of their species as well as different things about the planet and their people also helped because it was nice to see those sorts of things.Recommend?: If you enjoyed the first book I recommend that you try this one out!

  • Liliana
    2019-05-09 05:13

    Reviewed on Lili Lost in a BookSo, Relativity started right where Proximity left off. Palta, Aeron, and the rest of their crew are headed to their home planet to rescue Palta's dad and stop Obo from taking over that world.Palta and Aeron are just so sweet! I really love them together and liked seeing their relationship develop and deepen. Aeron is just such a sweet guy... And I seriously have a weakness for sweet guys ;) I also love Palta! She is such an amazing non-human being... trying to save other's lives before her own. She is very noble and humble but fierce and protective of her family. You just can't help but like her and sympathize with her. The story had lots of action,romance, and we got to meet some new characters with crazy cool powers! Nangi...he really surprised me. He's a pretty amazing old man... There were several surprising twists in the story, which I always enjoy in a book :) Without giving too much away, a new secret talent is discovered and some crazy stuff happens in the fight scene at the end... I loved it! What else can I say about Relativity... I really enjoyed the read and cannot wait to find out how things will turn out. This book is a great combination of sci-fi and paranormal romance...a little bit of everything to satisfy everyone's needs.

  • Darlene
    2019-05-01 01:31

    What if there was a marriage of fantasy/sci-fi/romance/YA? What would it look like? Look no more. It's here. Written from the aliens' point of view, the ones in love, future King and Queen of a planet, not Earth. Earth is where the main characters lived in secret hiding from the bad guys from their own planet. But that was the last book, book 1. In this one, we get the space travel and battles. And love...For me that was the part I didn't like. The gooey-eyed lovy-doviness of it all. Though the main character is 118 years old she acts as a pouty, immature 16 year old. Luckily the man (alien) of her dreams is more mature. I'm so glad there is a lot more story around this young adult(?) fiction. Oh, and I hate when the main character is knocked unconscious and is weak and puny. Ugh! When I was a teen I would have read this and passed it to my romance-crazy friend. Heinlein this wasn't. Still I assume that young girls who have stars in their eyes would like it.Space travel and the fantasy parts of finding talents the characters didn't know they had, that's what I love!. In spite of what I didn't like, I found that Ms. George writes a well and tells a unique tale. And I almost forgot to write this as I had already started reading book 3. It has hooked me in spite of myself!

  • Tyffani
    2019-05-18 02:30

    Palta's father has been taken by the man who wants the Onontian throne. A man who wanted to wipe out the human race with a virus. Palta's only choice is to follow her father and his kidnapper back to Ononti, a planet she's never known.So, no excessive backs story with this one. I was glad. We jumped right into the story and it was full steam ahead. The second book in the series was very exciting. There were so many things happening. I really enjoyed it.

  • WiLoveBooks
    2019-04-25 01:11

    I loved this! After reading the first, I couldn't wait to get to this one. Starts where the first leaves off, on the trip to Palta's family's home world of Ononti. We get to meet some new characters and discover new powers. There are sweet moments with Aeron, a new planet, action in the fight against Bito Obo, and plenty of surprises. I look forward to the next book!

  • M.A. George
    2019-05-19 01:35