For centuries, the Furies have lived among us. Long ago they were called witches and massacred by the thousands. But they’re human just like us, except for a rare genetic mutation that they’ve hidden from the rest of the world for hundreds of years.
Now, a chance encounter with a beautiful woman named Ariel has led John Rogers into the middle of a secret war among the Furies. Ariel needs John’s help in the battle between a rebellious faction of the clan and their elders. The grand prize in this war is a chance to remake the human race.
Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with an advance reader copy in exchange of an honest review.
I didn't like it, that's it.
The book didn't start bad, I was enjoying the idea of witch trials and witch hunters and all but then it shifted to modern times and it kinda ruined everything.
Lets just say that John wasn't the greatest of main characters. In fact, I didn't care for him at all. He wasn't interesting and the way his relationship with Ariel started was kinda creepy.
Ariel didn't convince me either, mostly because she was there just to be a love interest. If that wasn't the author's intention, then he didn't do a good job showing it.
Seriously, I could continue to read if the book wasn't this long and boring. Gang fights is not my thing. This entire book is not my thing.
So, after going through sixty pages of a story I didn't enjoy with main characters I didn't relate to and a love story that felt gross to me, I decided to stop.
Gorgeous cover, though. Very deceiving.
1 out of 5 stars