Review for Running Out Of Space (Sunblinded: 1) by S. J. Higbee


I was delighted to get this review from Donna – particularly as she didn’t pick up the book feeling especially enthusiastic about it, but then got drawn into Lizzy’s problems, anyway. Thank you Donna, for an honest review:)



I can’t recall whose idea it was. Just that me and mis amigas were sick of wading through yet another unjust punishment detail. So we decide to take ourselves off on a short jaunt to the lower reaches of Space Station Hawking to prove that fertile Iberian girls can also deal with danger.

The consequences of that single expedition change the lives of all four of us, as well as that of the stranger who steps in to save us down in lawless Basement Level. Now I have more excitement and danger than I can handle, while confronting lethal shipboard politics, kidnapping, betrayal. And murder.



When I first started reading this I found it kind of hard to connect and get involved in the story. It was slow going. But, I have to say this may be…

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  1. Hi Sarah, I just started reading this book this weekend. I’m enjoying it! It took me a bit to understand the science phrases but once I got into it, I thought you were brilliant! Incredibly creative!! I’m looking forward to continuing with this book next time I have time to sit and read again. It totally took me away which is one reason I love to read!

  2. I can’t help but smile at both the review and the comment above. There’s nothing better for a writer than knowing her readers are enjoying what she wrote! (especially when they were doubtful in the beginning, and then the book “bought” them)

    • I know – isn’t it brilliant?? And I am now blown away by the number of folk who, having bought the first book, are now going out and getting hold of the second one!

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