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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Chasing the Omega - Small Town is the story of Alice who is a senior at her high school. She has a perfectly normal life, she studies hard, she has a job that she enjoys with aspirations for the future that she hopes she will be able to fulfill. However, her life changes when one night she is attacked by a huge wolf. Instead of killing her, the wolf bites her and runs away. After that incident, her life changes. Now she is getting a lot of attention from people she wants nothing to do with and there are things happening around her that she has no explanation for. What happened that night? Why did the wolf spare her life and just bite her? Will she ever be able to find answers to these questions before it is too late?
Chasing the Omega - Small Town by Jessica Edwards has a lot of elements that make it a solid entertainer for readers. Were there moments when I couldn’t help but roll my eyes? Yes. Were they enough to make me want to put the novel down? No, and a lot of the credit for that goes to the amazing descriptions and the way the story was written. I fell in love with the narrative and the way it was written. It was very descriptive which made it easier for me to imagine the scenarios, hear what the characters were hearing and see what they were seeing. It is not often that I come across such expressive writing, but when I do, I really appreciate it. The flow was amazing; it was fast but not too much to make it a turn-off.