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Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite
In Endohuman: Love Vs Duty by Nick Dream, 18-year-old Adam Vanolf was raised by his grandfather to be the protector of good against evil. His mission must be kept secret and placed above everything as he tries to fit into society and live a normal teenage life. His loyalty to the mission is tested by his teenage hormones, which could destroy everything his grandfather has been preparing him for his whole 18 years. This could put the entire human race in danger. However, everything he has been raised to believe comes under question when history repeats itself, leaving two teenagers missing and the whole town on edge. Adam is desperate to find his missing schoolmates, but will he be able to handle the revelation behind the kidnappings? Just when he thinks he now knows the truth, his whole world turns upside-down one more time, revealing yet again that things are not always as they seem. Will Adam be strong enough to place the mission above his personal desires? And, what is the actual truth about his mission anyway?
Endohuman: Love Vs Duty by Nick Dream is a truly captivating read that takes you inside the head of a teenage boy as he deals with battles no one his age, or even older, should have to deal with. You will be glued to the pages as you attempt to understand Adam's mission, how it all comes together, the ultimate role of all those around him in the mission, and how he balances it all with the challenges of teenage life and mortal society in general. The character development is fantastic and Adam's inner turmoil and emotional conflict as he tries to balance his Endohuman life and his life among the mortals are especially captivating to follow.