The Fire Sermon by Francesca Haig
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Publication Date: March 2015
Source: Netgalley review copy
They were born together and they will die together.
One strong Alpha twin and one mutated Omega; the only thing they share is the moment of their death.
Omegas live in segregation, cast out by their families as soon as their
mutation becomes clear. Forced to live apart, they are ruthlessly
oppressed by their Alpha counterparts.
The Alphas are the elite.
Once their weaker twin has been cast aside, they're free to live in
privilege and safety, their Omega twin far from their thoughts.
and Zach are both perfect on the outside: no missing limbs, no visible
Omega mutation. But Cass has a secret: one that Zach will stop at
nothing to expose.
The potential to change the world lies in both
their hands. One will have to defeat the other to see their vision of
the future come to pass, but if they're not careful both will die in the
struggle for power.
This wasn't bad, but altogether it fell short of being something that I would recommend. Even though the main characters were on the run, and it should have felt very suspenseful, I didn't ever feel a whole lot of urgency. The characters and the story just kind of ambled along until the end.
Kip, the love interest, wasn't appealing to me at all. The love story itself wasn't great, actually. To have your hero have amnesia, and no personality whatsoever, is not a good way to draw your readers in and make them root for the couple.
Overall this book felt very blah to me, and while I may read the next book in the series, it's not something I'm really anticipating.
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