JUDD by J.D. Toombs and Erika Schulze

⭐⭐⭐⭐   (Disclaimer: The author both paid me and provided me with a free digital copy of their book in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. All opinions expressed within this review are my own.) At first glance, Samael Judd is an average teen living a mundane life . . . or he would be if he lived somewhere other than Comet Cove, a city filled with people known as Fragments who wield extraordinary powers. When Sam came of age, he didn’t receive his powers as the other Fragments did because he refused to accept himself. Since then, he’s struggled not only to conceal his true self, but also to hide the absence of his powers. His time is running out, though. The longer he struggles to keep his secrets, the greater the risks of exposure and exile become. To claim his rightful powers, Sam must face the truth about himself, which means revealing his deepest secret. This is a choice Sam must make on his own, but will he make that choice before circumstances force the truth to be rev

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