THE BLOOD RACE // brooding and dimensions and anomalies


Two teens with amazing superpowers hop through dimensions: one is brooding and seemingly impassive while the other is super powerful but can’t control it and literally does EVERYTHING HE’S NOT SUPPOSED TO DO and wow he doesn’t even do it on purpose really kinda sounds like me I’M SORRY BOB EVERYTHING I TOUCH JUST EXPLODES DON’T GIVE ME THE PASSWORD TO THE NUCLEAR BOMB.


Beautiful dialogue
Saving the world
People you literally just WANT TO DESTROY
Growing things


I really, really enjoyed this book for the most part!! The dialogue was STINKIN BEAUTIFUL (but sometimes hard to follow; like at one point they’re flying around and maybe I’m just lazy–which is totally possible–but I skipped over it because there were too many words and adjectives and GAHHHH I wanted to get back to everything else).
At one point, I also wanted to strangle Hawk because like JUST LET GO OF EVERYTHING but that was the beauty of her character. She was a poor little squashed orange that was being told it needed to reconstruct itself.


This book reminded me A LOT of Dr. Strange (maybe because of the whole channeling energy thing and the dimensions), maybe a bit too much.

However, over all? Why do you think I gave it four stars?! Emmons did an AMAZING job pulling us into her story. I think I read it over 2 or 3 days on my vacation to CO and every moment I wasn’t snowmobiling or fighting off wolves or saving snowmen I was reading this book. (Actually, I was just editing my own book and watching Psych but hey same thing and yes I did snowmobile) Definitely a super amazing self-published book. Never would’ve guessed it was self-published, which is ALWAYS A GOOD THING!

I recommend this book to ANYONE who enjoys a good, thrilling story with a bit of sci-fi. I feel like this book is going to get really popular!! Someone make a movie already. And someone send me the second book, too. It ended with a cliffhanger (GAHHHH THOSE KILL ME anyone remember Between the Lions from PBS?? And that cliffhanger dude? HE LITERALLY KILLED MY SOUL. I’m always terrified the author will never write the next one).


All right, I’m done. Peace out, book hippies!


Published by Amanda Brown

22-year-old INFP who names inanimate objects, loves to laugh, and is a proud old soul. You can often find her planning out her next crazy project, hugging books, or telling stories about her day that *may* be a little exaggerated.

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