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Monday, 19 November 2012

Review #39: Two Equals- Marta Szemik


Title: Two Equals
Author: Marta Szemik
Pages: 203
Series: Two Halves
Rating: 4/5 Stars
Review: I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review. 
This is the third book by Marta Szemik that I have had the pleasure of reviewing. This book is definitely new adult, verging on adult. This novel takes place more in the future then the last book. 
*Spoiler Alert*
Sarah and William have children. Twins to be exact. But they are no ordinary twins. This book has quite a few secrets and mysteries that play out by the end of the book. This is a quick read, but it progresses a bit slow for me. 
All the old characters make appearances in this book, plus a few new faces. There is definite growth for the characters in this book from the second one. I found Sarah to have matured the most. Probably due to the fact that she is now a mother. You can feel the love that she has for the twins. William has also grown a lot. They are both willing to risk their lives for their children and for each other. I'm glad that Xander and Xela can finally be together and that everyone is happy for them. No one judges Xela for having the sphere tattoo. Eric has shown his worth quite a few times thought this book. I am actually starting to like him, not feel like he is a snake in the grass. Mira played more of a low key role in this book, hopefully we can see more of her in the next one. I also loved the twins but I don't want to give too much away. 
Overall a great read. Two Halves is still my favourite of the series. This one was just a bit slow. Otherwise I love where the series is going and the way the characters are maturing. 
Thanks again Marta for the opportunity to read and review another great book.

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