Friday 17 June 2022

Review of Forever A Villain by Yolanda McCarthy

The controversial Forever Institute challenged the limits of humanity, mind and body. It was supposed to begin a new dawn for our species. Some called it a cult, others whispered of extortion and murder. None of that mattered when its scientists held the key to immortality.

Now, it’s a pile of smoking rubble, and the founder, billionaire Charles Montgomery, is not happy.

As Charles plots revenge against the teenagers who ruined his plans, this Faustian novella draws us into his world, to discover the pattern of choices that made him famous as the man who conquered death. The price was one he never meant to pay…

Some mistakes can be fixed.

Some mistakes break us.

And some mistakes take us on a journey from which there’s no return.


My Review: 5 STARS

I read the first book in this series and adored it, so when I saw that there was a novella going into the backstory, I snapped it up and couldn’t wait to read it. It’s a quick read, but rich with information and plot points woven nicely through the book. I loved seeing the things that drove Charles to do what he did, the backlash, the consequences of his actions that he had no idea about. It was a delightful and happy read and this is a series that I will be following, the whole premise is just so fresh and exciting. Overall, highly recommended!

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