This is a audiobook review.
Meghan's graduation gift is one that any eighteen-year-old would dream of: traveling abroad to England. Her journey turns into more adventure than expected when Meghan meets the mysterious Kiernan and accepts his invitation to a secret club, hidden beneath the streets of London. By the time Meghan learns of his strange beliefs, she has nearly lost the fight for her own survival. She flees the city and seeks sanctuary with Kiernan's twin, in a remote English village. Meghan soon discovers that she is in the middle of a centuries-old battle between two groups. The first seek to maintain their traditional way of life, while the other fight against their looming extinction. Twin brothers, separated too young to remember each other, must set aside personal loyalties and reunite to save their people and help the human they have both come to care about.
Meghan Lewis is the narrator and does a wonderful job. Her accents are great and she really brings the characters to life.
The story itself is nice and easy to listen to.
The only complaint I would have is that the world building could have been a little better; the beginning was a bit confusing. The whole story seemed kind of rushed to me. The time span in the story is weeks and month going and sometimes it seemed like something is missing.
The characters are nicely written and easy to relate to. Although I have to say that Meghan seems kind of naïve, but maybe that is supposed to be the way.
What I personally didn’t agree with is that Meghan was gone for weeks and months and didn’t miss or contact her family in America; you would think that someone would think that some is wrong when she never calls or even just writes after all that time. Or that she would start to miss her family. But that is just my opinion and maybe that will be addressed in the second book.
Overall, I give it a 3 stars and curious to see what the second book is like.