#BookReview The Gemini Connection #YoungAdult #scifi #thriller #BlackRoseWriting

Gaynor at Post Apocalyptic Playground had some kind words about The Gemini Connection, and I’m thrilled she enjoyed Evan and Simon.  Jump over and visit!

Teen twin brothers Evan and Simon Resnik are fiercely loyal to each other and share an unusual bond—they experience each other’s emotions as their own and can sense where the other is. 

On their dying planet of Tage, scientists work tirelessly on its survival. Like the twins’ parents, Simon is a science prodigy, recruited at a young age to work with the brilliant creator of Scientific Innovations. To the bitter disappointment of their parents, Evan shows no aptitude or interest in science. As a Mindbender, he travels into the minds of scientists to locate buried memories, connect ideas and concepts, and battle recurring nightmares. 

When Simon mysteriously disappears, Evan is plunged into a world of loss and unbearable guilt. For the first time, he can’t ‘feel’ Simon—it’s like he no longer exists. Evan blames himself. No one knows that he ignored his brother’s pleas for help on the night he went missing. 

A year later, Simon is still gone. Evan lost his twin, but Tage might have lost its last hope of survival when it’s discovered that Simon’s unfinished project could be its salvation. Evan is determined to find him—somewhere—and bring Simon home. Their unusual connection might be more extraordinary than they know, and the key to locating Simon.

21 thoughts on “#BookReview The Gemini Connection #YoungAdult #scifi #thriller #BlackRoseWriting

  1. Wonderful review, Teri. It sounds like the book starts with a great hook. And what a great compliment that it was hard to put down. I really like the premise and expect that I’ll be picking this one up. Thanks for sharing the review!

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