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Reviewed by Cheryl E. Rodriguez for Readers' Favorite
CA Jamison pens an electrifying tale in Polarity: Children of the Orb. An Indiana mining accident uncovered an alien orb. A cosmic storm brews within this orb, releasing rejuvenating power. All those who touched it were healed and became ageless. The survivors of the cave-in keep this power a secret, only revealing its power to their children. The parents drew energy from the orb, and the children drew energy from the parents. The orb’s power dissipates and dies, and within days the parents die as well. Lost and grieving, the children of the orb must find each other to survive. The fate of these children was decided long before they were ever born. However, will their perfect match produce love and perfect polarity, or will the result be a fatal attraction?
Polarity: Children of the Orb by CA Jamison is an ideal blend of young romantic love and alien influence. It is a story with the perfect amount of give and take. Do opposites attract? Is there a soul mate for everyone? Can evil and good come from the same gene pool? Electric blood, tornado resistant force fields, deadly manicures, a bad to the bone blond ballerina, a wicked mother, good brothers, bad brothers, an innocent yet frightening Goth, and coming of age teenagers with supernatural powers are all elements of the narrative. Polarity is shockingly stimulating. The plot is engulfing, the action flows like an electric current, quick and powerful, creating an emotional rush. The narrative exposes the deep need between the characters, not only to survive, but to protect and to love. Compassion triumphs over evil, but each character must weigh just how far they are willing to go to survive. Action that is out of this world, a promising proposal, and a surprising ending leave the reader anticipating a sequel. CA Jamison is noted for her unique story plots; she certainly wrote exceptional science fiction in Polarity.