Sons of Fire, Tracy Auerbach


Twin brothers Keegan and Aidan couldn’t be more different. For one, they aren’t human, but that doesn’t mean that Keegan doesn’t feel things like a human. He’s been tasked in life with one goal, control his brother Aidan. Aidan is tasked with growing stronger, consuming souls for one purpose set forth by their father. Until unwatched for mere moments, Aidan consumes too much, and the brothers are cast out on a mission, their only goal is to succeed if they want to live.

This book was such a pleasant surprise. I found gentle Keegan endearing, his quest to understand humanity made him more human than a lot of humans out there. I pitied Aidan who seemed aloof and uncaring at first. I was very pleased that this book did not end on a cliffhanger, as so many books are falling prey to these days (and while I understand it’s justified because of the genre, not everyone wants to read a series). But…I do believe Auerbach could easily turn this into a series as I’m not quite ready to let these brothers go. This was well-written, with excellent characters; a truly fun and engrossing read.

You can read my review on Goodreads and Bookbub as I received this as an ARC from Parliament House and it hasn’t released yet. But it is available for preorder on Amazon for $4.99, it releases January 14th.

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