What happens when love brings loss? When love brings lies? When love brings hate?

Olivia and her twin brother Aidan are heading alone back to Earth following the virus that wiped out the rest of their crew, and their family, in its entirety.

Nathan is part of a community heading in the opposite direction. But on their journey, Nathan’s ship is attacked and most of the community killed. Only a few survive.

Their lives unexpectedly collided, Nathan and Olivia are instantly attracted to each other, deeply, head-over-heels – like nothing they have ever experienced.

But not everyone is pleased. Surrounded by rumours, deception, even murder, is it possible to live out a happy ever after . . . ?

Inspired by Shakespeare’s Othello, this roller-coaster ride of a novel will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very last page.


5 reviews for “Chasing the Stars

  1. Gripping page-turner that I devoured as quickly as I could. Countless amounts of unexpected twists with exceptional writing making it an astounding book that I thoroughly recommend!

  2. A really gripping page-turner. A tale of love, loss, hatred and jealousy, I literally could not put it down, I really wanted to devour it in one or two sittings. Descriptions are tremendous, it feels like I am in the book looking at it from a third person perspective. A really gorgeous tale of trust that I should really recommend. Another great and yet again authentic-looking story by her!

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  4. Absolutely brilliant book. Malorie, why did you make it so sad??
    I actually cried. It’s so awesome and so realistic. I could imagine the whole story. Seriously recommend everyone old enough to read it.

  5. Gripping, I could hardly put it down. There are twists round every corner, what you were just getting used to changed in a heartbeat…
    An amazing book that really captured my imagination and that I recommend through and through, I can only hope there will be a sequel!

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