Now this is my kind of story. It’s got a gifted kid with the power and destiny to save the world, a huge cast of people to support her, and a bad guy who wants to rule the world. Superpowers and secret government organizations, what’s not to love?
Marissa discovers some intriguing powers and finds herself at the center of a much larger conflict.
– The flashbacks at the beginning were a tad difficult to follow. That might be because I heard the audiobook version. But once it settled into a rhythm, it was a quick, intriguing “read.”
– Marissa came across as whiny at first, but by the end, she’s pretty cool.
What I loved:
– Characters: Marin and Steve are also interesting characters. There’s a whole host of other Omega Group characters with intriguing powers. Marissa’s okay. I think she’s got a ways to go, but that’s cool.
– I enjoyed the way this story wove in Greek gods/goddesses, demigods, and amazon warriors.
– Fight scenes were excellent.
– The narrator’s performance was good.
– Once the plot settled after the flashbacks it moved forward with great speed and nice tension.
– Overall, this is an awesome YA story about a young woman just discovering her destiny.
Quick, entertaining YA adventure.
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Julie C. Gilbert
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