Review: Origin of The Body by H.R. Moore


Caught in a web spun before her birth, no choice but to embrace those who may turn out to be her enemies, Anita starts to discover not only who she really is, but that not everyone is what they seem.

The world slides further towards ruin, and Austin, the ruling Mind Descendant, assumes control, refusing to take action. As Bas searches for a way to fulfil the prophecy, Anita and Alexander leave Empire to search for answers of their own. But as a dangerous rebellion gains momentum, will they find the lost brass cylinder and a way to return the relic, or will those with other motives reign supreme?


This is the second book in The Legacy Trilogy and you can find my review of the first book here

Just like the first book in this series I devoured it! I read it in just a couple of days.

I enjoyed the pace, the style and the story line of book two just as much as book one. The author is a talented story teller and her ability to create a world that isn’t real in such detail still amazes me.

I love that the author has created a story that shows the political undertones of religious rule and how absolute power corrupts absolutely!

Anita is such a strong character I almost worried that she would trample all over the other main lines in this story but I needn’t have the author weaves all the main characters together in such a way that you can relate to them all equally.

I find writing this review frustrating in that I can’t find the words to describe just how awesome I think this book is.

If you’ve not tried the YA genre and you want to give it a try then PLEASE start with this series it will not disappoint I promise you!


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