A Quirk of Destiny (Quirk of Destiny Book 1) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Mandy Kneale

A Quirk of DestinyA Quirk of Destiny by Catherine Greenall

Genetically modified food is suspected to be the cause of an aggression sickness that is wreaking havoc on the majority of the population. Calum gathers his unaffected friends and they set out in search of answers, safety and a new beginning – if the authorities don’t catch up with him first.

The unconditional friendships in this book made this read well worth it. There were quite a few characters to follow but they all had such purpose and were well thought out. The details regarding genetically modified foods gave the story an intellectual edge that I really enjoyed.

Calum’s continuous explanations to new characters they met along the way, while necessary, were a bit repetitive and the pacing slowed my reading motivation down in stages. I really did enjoy Calum’s rebellious side and his caring nature.

The ending was really satisfying and I NEED to know what happens next! I will certainly be picking up the next book in this trilogy. This was a good read and I would recommend it if you enjoy a bit of action with your food science nerd facts!

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