Forget everything you know… about magic…
Jen doesn’t know who people keep mistaking her for, but one thing is clear: her mystery double is not popular. When Jen is kidnapped by a group bent on revenge for something she never did, it’s up to her friends to rescue her. Little do they know, Jen’s captors are ready for them.
Thomas, TS, Charlie, Dani, and Mariana become the latest victims of a malicious experiment, one which could spell doom for magic-kind. Now their lives, and maybe their entire world, are in Jen’s hands. Unfortunately, escaping the facility is the least of their problems. The experiment is dangerous; one in three test subjects dies. And considering five of them are affected, the odds don’t look good.
Time is running out and Jen and her friends are faced with the hardest decisions they’ve ever had to make; how do you know who to trust, when your own mother isn’t who you thought she was? Just how much will you sacrifice for a friend, even if it’s your life?
And how can you make a choice when the wrong one means death?
Shona's review 5 of 5 stars
If you are reading this review before you read Soul Choice there is something you need to know if you haven't already heard. This is the last book in the MtM series. That's right. The last book. *sob* I did NOT know this when I started binge reading it, if I had known this I would have taken my time and savoured it more.... who am I kidding? This book is so well written and filled with such amazing characters there is no way anyone could do anything but binge read it. But at least if I had known going in, I would have been mentally prepared for it.
One of the things that I've always questioned in my head.... If Jen is a witch then that means that one of her parents must have been a magic too. I always assumed it was her mum. So why then was nobody ever interested in finding out who Jen's biological mum was and where she went to?... Well... that was until this book. *jumps up and down in glee* I finally get some answers to that question.
I think this is by far the best book in the series, hands down and what a book to end the series on. This has me on the edge of my seat, tears rolling down my face and reaching for tissues. I very nearly had a Joey moment and almost put my kindle in the freezer! I don't actually have words to describe just how brilliant this instalment is. Not without spoilers...
If you haven't started reading this series yet then I urge you to get started. This series has had me hooked from the very beginning and is something I can see me re-reading for many years to come.