Omega (Omega Series Book 1)2018-10-14T18:36:19+00:00

Omega (Omega Series Book 1)

Before Beauty and the Beast, there was Alessandra and Adonis …

In a modern world ruled by territorial Greek gods, the human race has been oppressed, exploited and now, nearly destroyed by the constant infighting of gods.

However, a human girl with the power of a goddess is coming of age. Alessandra is the Oracle of Delphi – the last prophesized – and bears the mark of the double omega. Soon after she turns eighteen, Alessandra is told her destiny: to step between the warring gods and the human race and save her world from certain ruin.

For the gods, her appearance marks the beginning of the end – their end. They and the Triumvirate – leaders of the human elite – who serve them will stop at nothing to preserve their power.

Alessandra emerges from the forest where she spent her life hidden from gods and men and immediately plummets into a race against time, gods, and herself to discover who and what she is in a world where everyone she meets has a hidden agenda, and those pulling the strings remain in the shadows.

Before she can determine exactly what kind of savior her world needs, she must first master her power by completing three trials devised by the Triumvirate to enslave her.

One lone girl stands between warring gods and the people she’s destined to protect, but it’s the battle to understand who she is that she must win first.

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Real-time Reviews

Omega was...
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) October 26, 2015
This book was incredible. It definitely went in a different direction then I was expecting, I'm so glad I didn't stop though. I've read a bunch of Lizzy Ford books and she never disappoints. I'm off to read Theta now lol.

Great book
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) August 16, 2016
Lyssa stays in the forest with her guardian, the nymphs and the monks. She feels inferior to the nymphs and overlooked by the monks or priests. Her guardian caught her when she fell, twelve years ago but she remembers nothing prior. She must stay in the boundaries of the fortress, and keep inside the blue border at all times. She has been trained by Harakles, the best.But she's young and Lyssa believes that one little step outside the boundaries wouldn't hurt. She was wrong. Her error caused the destruction of the forest and the death of the priests. And she is taken away, only to find that she is the next Oracle.What can she do? She must bridge the issue between man and the gods. Will she survive to take on the task?? And what or who is the monster that emerged from the lake??Read on my friends. Answers are ahead.

Wow. 4 1/2 Stars of Wow.
By (4.0 out of 5 stars) August 27, 2018
What a rollercoaster! This book on its own rocked me, but I started the Omega Miniseries and binge read straight through to right here. My mind is spinning! I hate. I love. I'm confused and angered.I dropped that 1/2 star ONLY because I think the world could have been built with more detail, but I still LOVE this world.I will be continuing with the Theta Miniseries soon. I'm just gonna take a breather. I'm worried because I see NOTHING about Alpha on Amazon or Goodreads. What if there isn't an end!? I can't continue on and then not find my ending.

Good Read
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) January 13, 2018
Good author, good read.

4 stars
By (4.0 out of 5 stars) August 30, 2017
my wife read it

By (5.0 out of 5 stars) February 17, 2017
The book is just. As addicting as the rest of her books. Can't wait till the next series comes out

I liked this book but I am not sure if I ...
By (4.0 out of 5 stars) February 6, 2017
I liked this book but I am not sure if I will read the next one in the series, it didn't completely capture my interest enough. But it was a good book and I would recommend it.

Good reading
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) December 20, 2016
I really enjoyed this series. I recommend reading all the books and getting lost in the story like I did!!

By (3.0 out of 5 stars) October 26, 2016
This had so so much potential, but it kind of fell flatish! I'm sure I'll be using the "ish" term a lot in this review because while I did enjoy this, it just didn't wow me. I felt a bit "meh" the whole way through.Plot wise, I felt like I missed something when I first started reading this. I had to check see if there was a prequel or something since we seem to be thrown into the world with no explanation. "In a modern world ruled by territorial Greek gods, the human race has been oppressed, exploited, and now nearly destroyed by the constant infighting of gods." OK, but it isn't ever really explained. Yes, there is a series of prequels so I'd recommend maybe reading them first.Apart from thee feeling of missing something, the plot was good..ish. There was a lot to like but also a lot that frustrated me no end!! The most frustrating thing was the MC, she was ..... I don't even know what to say about her, maybe silly, naive, didn't use her head, etc! would suffice but she was also kinda kick ass, sort of competent, and frustratingly trusting.Eg, Alessandra lives in a compound with "silly" nymphs who are only worried about make up and boys, yet so many times she laments the fact that she doesn't have a boyfriend. She trains hard and is really adept at doing challenging things, yet she makes such stupid decisions when she is outside the compound that she felt like a different character. I just wasn't enamoured with her because it felt like two different characters, with the same name, depending on the situation. Going by her training at the start, I really thought we'd have a strong young heroine, instead she made incredibly stupid decisions and was whiny and with a "whoa is me" attitude.The book is over 11hrs so quiet a long one. I did think about putting it aside about 30% of the way through because of the MC but I persevered and listened to it all, and honestly, I'm kind of glad I did, as I think I would have felt like maybe it got better and I was missing out. I enjoyed parts of it and even with me not liking the MC, it was an OK story but I'm not sure if I'll continue on with the series yet, maybe one day!!This review probably doesn't make a lot of sense as I'm trying to keep spoilers out of it and if I was to reference any of the parts that annoyed me, there would definitely be spoilers in them, so sorry if it's a bit vague!Shiromi Arserio did a good job with this. She was clear and concise and told the story really well. I had no problem with her narration.*Thanks to Audiobook Boom for my copy. All thoughts are my own and weren't influenced in any way.*