Monday, March 2, 2015

Review: Unbound by:J.B. Simmons

Unbound (Omega Trilogy, #1)
About the Book:
  He must be released for a little while.
But the one who sees doesn’t believe.


Elijah Goldsmith has nightmares he needs to ignore. Why would a rich kid from Manhattan dream three straight nights about a dragon and the destruction of St. Peter’s Basilica? He’s never even been to Rome.

It’s bad timing, too. He’s graduating soon and applying to be a spy in the International Security Agency. That’s where he meets Naomi. She’s the kind of girl who makes boys like Elijah want to share their secrets. Were they brought together to learn what his secrets mean? There’s more to their sparks than they think.

This is 2066, the year the world ends.


About the Author:
J.B. Simmons writes thrillers with an apocalyptic twist, and political philosophy clothed in fantasy. His latest novel, Unbound, tells the story of a rich kid from Manhattan with nightmares of a dragon and the world ending in 2066. J.B. lives outside Washington, DC, with his wife, two toddlers, and an intriguing day job. He writes before dawn and runs all day. His secret fuel: coffee and leftover juice boxes. 

My Review:
 Rich kid, Elijah Goldsmith, aspires to be a spy. Graduation couldn't come soon enough for him to finally sign up. But as it gets closer to graduation, Elijah begins having odd dreams about Rome and dragons. He believes that the dreams are just dreams, until that is he meets a girls by the name of Naomi, he starts to question even that.

 After being tied down and confined to a chair Elijah, Naomi, and three others, discover they in fact have been asked to join International Security Agency. They are to learn the new way of being a spy and how to protect themselves and others. Elijah discovers that Naomi is Catholic, one day when he attends mass with her. It was sort of strange considering the fact he is a Jew. She is able to introduce him to people that can interpret his dreams. But he can NOT under any circumstances allow the International Security Agency find out.

 Keeping secrets from spies isn't easy, and that will be proven. Can this rich boy find out the truth behind his dreams all while keeping everyone around him safe??

 If you ever want to read some great writing that involves apocalyptic happenings coupled with anything Godlike than you have definitely come to the right place. J.B. Simmons, is the perfect author to follow! He is able to pull you in and hold you there until the end of the book. Strong characters and great plot line!

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Book Fun.