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This starts out as a dystopian novel. There are the lower class "Drudges" and the higher class "Artists." Omni is the government who decides your fate, pulls the puppet strings, etc. Drudges are able to take an aptitude test when they're old enough and hope to be placed into one of the higher class categories. The main character Pierce (modern version of Paris) is a Drudge, but is good looking, strong, heroic, etc. He eventually catches public favor when he saves Harmony (Helen) from an overzealous fan in a crowd. From there the story gets a little tedious with its insta-love, and one-dimensional characters. But it did have great potential...
[taken from my review at goodreads]
The entire thing was a pleasant read and there were no glaring issues with editing, formatting or story. Although the characters did border on clichéd, I genuinely cared about both Harmony and Pierce and looked forward to the antagonists receiving their comeuppance.
The story did have an unsatisfying ending, but this is to be expected in a planned duology. Although as a stand-alone story, Omni had a defined storyline that did reach a conclusion, albeit not a “traditional” one. Since I myself have been known to write and ending or two in unexpected ways, I enjoy it when other authors do it too.
I look forward to the conclusion to the Omni duology from Andrea Murray. Anyone who likes a quick romp through a dystopian future that is easy to read should read this story. My review may seem critical, but I liked the story a lot, and would likely read Andrea’s other trilogy.
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