review of Two Brothers: Origin (A Ramtalan Trilogy) By Sofia Diana Gabel

Two Brothers: Origin (A Ramtalan Trilogy) By Sofia Diana Gabel

Twin brothers Argus & Tai  Dachel raised by their aunt because their parents are dead in outskirts of Palmdale CA. Home-schooled because they are special.

Upon enrolling to local highschool, they find out just how special they really are. Part Alien and part human. They must keep their powers in check so no one finds out about them.
That in itself is going to be harder than anyone thought at 17 yrs old they just want to fit in.
Between the school bully a geek and a girl and a real Alien Hunter, fitting in was not in the cards.

This is a wonderful book.  Adult or teen will enjoy this story.  It has the old show Roswell to it and just as good as the show if not better.

I really liked the boys and the trouble they kept finding themselves in. With new powers coming forward all the time it is no wonder the higher-ups want them back.

I will be letting my teen read this book and telling her friends all about it!


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