Two Brothers: Origin

 
 

Sci-Fi, YA

Date Published: 8/13/13 

Publisher: Escargot Books and Music

Seventeen-year-old brothers, Argus and Tai Dachel, want more than anything to be regular teens, but because they’re half alien, New Breeds, that’s not as easy as it seems. And it sure doesn’t help that they’re being pursued by a secret government agency and hostile aliens who are exterminating all New Breeds. As government agent Max Jackson gets close to discovering the brothers’ identity and the hostile alien forces close in, Argus and Tai will have to risk everything to survive, and protect their new friends.

 

Review

I liked how universal this novel was. It is a great theme and setting and manages to appeal to both adults and young adults.

There were many surprises and the way that Sofia Diana Gabel was able to keep the pacing just right really helps everything flow naturally.

It is a great start to a series. I loved both of the guys and I feel like I am going to enjoy their journey. There is a lot to catch up on since you are just entering a new world and new characters and I think the next one will be even better.
Get ready to be immersed in the world and captivated by the characters she has created.

Author Bio:

Sofia Diana Gabel is a multi-genre fiction writer who was born in Sydney, Australia, but is now living in the United States with her family. With degrees in environmental science and archaeology, she enjoys being out in nature when she’s not glued to her desk writing or researching a new story idea. Writing is a true passion of hers, born from a love of the written word that can transport the reader to different places or worlds and deliver them back to reality, safe and sound.

 

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Giveaway for a Tee shirt (L) and tote bag with book cover on them HERE

 

 

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