When a virus threatens humanity with extinction, the desperate and dwindling number of uninfected seek refuge in a parallel universe. The technology is untested. The other universe is unprepared and one thing is made violently clear: they are not wanted.
I was given a preview copy of Otherworlders to write an honest review. With that out of the way here it goes.
Otherworlders starts off with a man-made virus destroying the planet. The virus leads to world war III. Their only hope was a man named Levi. The surviving population had a chance to live through the war and the virus. He created a machine that would allow everyone, that was tagged, to travel to a parallel universe.
Once they all emerged into the new universe things got interesting. I don’t want to give away any spoilers. The action was fast paced and the book had a large cast that switched point of views each chapter. The writing was done in such a way that you cared about the characters and what was happening to them. The characters were fleshed out nicely and you cared for them and rooted for them at every turn.
The villains were done well and you hoped they would get what they deserved. The book had many stages to it but it all came together nicely.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend it to any that love sci-fi. The ending of the book left me wanting more and I am hoping a second novel in this world is coming one day.