Review- Two of a mind By: S.M Stuart

What’s the response when diplomacy fails? How will it affect our future? Do we really want to know?

24th July 2110: When the midnight chimes end at Dez’s 16th-Eve Party she realises she’s destined to be an ‘Empty’. Her subsequent attempts to connect with her Psyche-Twin have startling consequences and she soon finds herself facing the worst of nightmares.

Seth has his own demons. He needs to unearth the truth about his mother’s death and enlists Dez to help in deciphering the clues hidden in her diary.

Little do they realise that they will soon be searching for a merciless killer – one who is connected to them by a cruel twist of fate. Unwittingly their enquiries bring them to his attention.

I enjoyed the way this book was written very much. first and third person, brilliant! The past, present, and family ties were a bit confusing, but at the end it added up perfectly. I think if the romance would have been kept out of this it would have been much better. The plot however was clever, and it has much potential, hopefully the story grows into itself. It was published March 28, 2015

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