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Omega City Book Review

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Omega City is a really good book to read if you’re into action and adventure. The plot of the book really makes for a rollercoaster ride of a story because you never know what will happen next. The way the author Diana Peterfreund created the suspense and how she leads you into this world of imagination really makes you not want to put the book down.

Omega City is a story about a girl named Gillian Seagret and how she goes on a journey to find the long-lost secrets of a Cold War-era rocket scientist Dr. Aloysius Underberg after finding out that there is a lost page in his diary. But she might have some troubles with this task. People criticized her father only because of his theories about Dr. Underberg, and it cost him his job and forced the family to move to the forest and live in a cottage.

Even though Gillian’s brother feels that their life has been going downhill since their dad has largely been discredited with his last book about government conspiracy theories focusing around disappeared scientist, Dr. Underberg. When Gillian and her friends piece together a clue from Dr. Underberg’s diary, they find themselves in an underground city trying to survive its challenges (such as the three-armed people!) and make it out with the secrets they find.

All in all, Omega City is an exciting thriller for anyone seeking adventure in the land of imagination.

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