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What a rush! This was a spectacular debut novel that sucked me in from the very first word. I loved how Ardell introduced me to each of the main characters through the same experience but from different POVs in separate chapters. Not only did it allow me to get a feel for who these guys were, but it created a high level of intrigue around the incident that started it all. Who was the boy that each of the Ladreth boys saw? How and why were they all privy to the boy’s fate, when only one of them seemed to possess powers? And what journey was this vision going to take them on?
I doubt any of them would have imagined they’d be faced with such a heavy burden and one that would tear their lives apart. It was an adrenalin fueled ride that threw plenty of curveballs, testing love and loyalty. The hurdles they had to conquer throughout this book brought them together and broke down barriers, but it wasn’t all smooth sailing. The dynamic between each of the brothers was very interesting and really brought the story to life. There was obviously some animosity between Lyle and Devon, and Lawrie was a force unto himself. I am still quite astounded by how Ardell was able to seamlessly step into the shoes of not one but four teenage guys, and to write them to perfection.
Ardell also did a great job of intricately weaving a story that is relatable, even though it reads as fiction. Remove the alien element and this could very well be a contemporary story about the struggle for acceptance, as well as self-acceptance, in a world that is so full of hate.
I cannot wait for the next instalment to see where this adventure will lead these amazing characters.
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