Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Blog Review of Origin by Rebecca Hamilton

My Review:
I found myself sucked right into this story this morning and couldn't stop reading what a great job by the author with unique character names and a dystopian and paranormal aspect to the story! This has been my favorite read this month so far and is most surely deserving of a 5 star rating. This book will keep you wondering what will happen next and I don't have a single thing I can think of that wasn't awesome!
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Amazon Blurb:
United we fall, divided we conquer. 
Rule Number One: Don’t fall in love with the Doomed Queen.
Rule Number Two: Don’t get caught.
Alec and Adira are breaking all the rules.

ALEC KLADIVO: Soldier. Hunter. Fool.

When Alec was a boy, the border posts failed, and Ravagers infiltrated their sector. Through sacrificing his sister, he saved his city and gained the respect of Sector One’s Regent. Ever since that day, he has served his sector with unfailing loyalty and nobility. Until he met her.

ADIRA CHOVANEK: Thief. Witch. Doomed Queen.

In Sector One, there is no greater commodity than a witch. Which is exactly why each and every one of them are in hiding. Should they be discovered by the hunters, they will suffer one of two fates—both of which end in death—unless they can kill a Ravager and bring forth an heir for the sector’s Regent. The only problem is, the Regent is sterile, and would sooner exile a Doomed Queen than admit that to himself or anyone else. This is Adira's fate. 

THIRTEEN: The number of days before Adira’s death.

Alec has given Adira just under two weeks to turn herself in and accept her role as the only person who might be able to save their failing sector from certain extinction. And he’s spent each and every one of those days trying to convince her it is the right thing to do. But what happens once he’s finally persuaded her, only to find out he’d been mistaken all along?

Read what fans of The 100, Under the Dome, and Wayward Pines are hoping will be the next hit television drama.

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