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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Inherit The Earth is the second book in the Into the Mystic series by Amal Guevin. While Daniel and Alea were high on the birth of their son, Matt was fighting for his life. Matt Kennedy was back on the water, and things were going south very quickly. Suddenly without power, the ship and everyone were in disarray. A mysterious flare had thrown humankind back 40,000 years, and no one was prepared for the chaos that ensued after that. Fate brought him and the crewmates to a tribe where he met the beautiful Skylark. That was the turning point in Matt’s life, and he embraced the changes. While loving Skylark was easy, getting back to Daniel and Alea was harder. Matt and Daniel wanted to unite, but how could they when one was stuck in the Bahamas and the other was almost lost in the forests of Nova Scotia. Would they ever reunite? Or was their journey going to end soon?
Although I didn’t read the first novel in the series, I had no issues catching up with the story and finding myself immersed in it. Inherit The Earth is richly detailed and immersive. Amal Guevin opened the story with action and continued that until the end. The action picked up intensity whenever Matt was the focal point of the story and became even more interesting. Daniel and Alea were fighting hard times too, but Matt and Skylark had my attention the moment they met. The instant connection between them was undeniable, but Matt’s struggle to forget Alea and open his heart to love once more was very entertaining. I was immersed in the mystery behind the flare and was holding my breath as Matt and Daniel figured a way to get back to their life. Getting to Boston was far more difficult than I anticipated, and the author did justice to the story.