Omega Alpha by Kristen Landon -- Review
About the Book
What would you do if everything you thought you knew about your childhood, your parents, and your family turned out to be a lie?
Thirteen-year-old Ethan Turner is about to find out.
Ethan survives an environmental terrorist attack, but the toxic gas he breathes during the attack triggers memory flashes from when he was very young. The problem is, those memories don’t match up with the life he knows. He starts to notice and uncover clues that lead him to believe his parents are hiding a terrible secret from him.
With the help of two close friends, Ethan continues to search for the truth—even when it lands him right in the middle of a group of environmental terrorists who are about to release a pandemic-grade virus on the world.
The truth about his family and his past could cost Ethan his life as well as the lives of everyone he cares about. He has to make the impossible choice—save himself and those he loves or save the world.
About the Author
Kristen Landon always thought it would be nice to live in a place where winter never gets too cold. Besides one lovely winter in California, she has spent her life bouncing back and forth between Michigan and Utah – both great places in the spring, summer, and fall. She now lives with her husband and four children in a home with fabulous views of Utah’s beautiful mountains out every window.
This story is a fun fast paced action-adventure that readers will thoroughly enjoy. From the turn of the first page, author Kristen Landon pulls readers into her intriguing story with the life a young boy when everything is turned upside down when he discovers not all is as it seems. This is a clean well-written action science-fiction style filled story that is perfect for younger and older readers. The story moves along at a fast pace, that keeps readers on their toes wanting to know what will happen next. Readers will heave a sigh of relief when the story draws to a neat close.
Genre: upper middle grade, young adult, action, adventure
Publisher: Revello Press
Publication date: November 26, 2019
Number of pages: 253
A review copy of this book was provided by Revello Press. A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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