The Convergence

Hiding unbelievable physical abilities, seventeen-year-old Desiree Morgan buries herself inside the realities of high school. But when Blake Thomas infiltrates her life, all of Desiree’s secrets begin to unravel. With answers come more questions and soon she is entangled in a world of secret societies, human experimentation, perilous power-struggles, and ultimate sacrifice. To escape, Desiree can’t be simply extraordinary…she must redefine the impossible.

THE CONVERGENCE is a story of one girl’s search to understand herself and the realization of what makes her truly great.


This was actually an interesting book and one of the things I liked about it was the pulse racing story line with a wonderful cliffhanger being clean enough I could recommend it to middle school age kids though it comes under the YA genre. Librarians and teachers could easily have this on their reading lists or in their rooms without causing an uproar. The action scenes should appeal to a wide range of people along with the suspense and sci fi themes. The twists will keep you hooked through to the end and leave you wanting to check out the next book in the series.

Tenille Berezay writes well and keeps the pace moving as she develops her characters through this interesting and unique plot. Despite it being a sci fi novel she embedded enough realism in her characters they and their actions seemed plausible even the relationship between Desiree and Blake flowed with the story instead of taking you out of it. It did start off a bit slow but if you stick with it the payoff makes it worth it.

Thank you to Netgalley and Line by Line for allowing me to review this book.

Buy on Amazon: Link: http://a.co/9APC0kA

*synopsis and pic from netgalley.com

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