Tethered Twins

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Tethered Twins

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...This intriguing sci-fi thriller is good for any reader, but science fiction and even thriller fans should definitely pick this up. ...

In Emmie’s world everyone has a twin, born at the same time, and when one dies so does the other. Impossibly, Emmie survives her twin’s murder, leaving her a witness – and hunted on all sides…

Tethered Twins is a brilliant sci-fi techno thriller that keeps you guessing until the last page, and even beyond. This book has it all: multiple engaging characters each with their own distinct points of view and motives, a complex and intriguing plot, and that rarest of all things, an original idea. It is written in a clear easy-to-follow style and despite the various plot twists, I never felt lost. Even better, I never felt like I had all the answers either.

The formatting and editing or both to a professional level. There are a couple of minor plot points that seemed to go by rather fast, but aside from that I didn’t spot any errors, and I was never tempted to skip pages. I won’t say much about the plot to avoid spoilers.

This intriguing sci-fi thriller is good for any reader, but science fiction and even thriller fans should definitely pick this up.

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