October 10, 2021

#BookReview: The Undiscovered Descendants (the Nordri Series, #1) by Jo Visuri






Synopsis: A remote island. Old secrets. And a cascade of unintended consequences.

Long ago, four clans from earth’s four corners were given special abilities to help save humanity from oblivion. For generations, their descendants have lived in hidden communities and occasionally intermingled with regular humans—leading to whispers of unforeseen consequences. Now, for unknown purposes, one Clan desperately seeks the rumored, undiscovered offspring.

In the heart of a northern archipelago, Elin Bodil leads a perfectly ordinary, happy life on Auor Island with her family. When, through accident and circumstance, she meets both a motorcycle-driving stranger and the new mysterious boy next door, Elin's world is turned upside down.

As Elin is drawn into a brewing supernatural conflict—with her two unusual acquaintances on opposite sides, she must decipher who to trust while unearthing her island's secrets and those buried deep within herself. But when the search for answers triggers the Clan’s sinister schemes, Elin and her companions will have to confront far bigger and deadlier secrets than they ever imagined. And they’ll need much more than themselves to survive.

Welcome to Auor Island, where nothing is quite as it seems!




Goodreads 

Rating: 3 Stars
My Review:  This one was kind of a hit and miss for me.  I did enjoy it but not enough to buy a copy. I do not think that I would reread this book or check out the series as a whole.  I think that if you see this one and you want to check it out.  I would try and get it from the library before committing to it fully. It lacked that flair I look for in a story.  And the characters just weren't up to par. 








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