Theta (Omega Series Book 2)2018-10-14T18:36:19+00:00

Theta (Omega Series Book 2)  by Lizzy Ford

Theta (Omega Series Book 2)

The world ends in four months. Alessandra can stop it – but she can’t do it alone.

The mind of Alessandra, the Oracle of Delphi, is under the control of the Supreme Magistrate, a brilliant politician determined to use her goddess-like powers to conquer deities and humans alike. With her thoughts and powers compromised, she begins to question her ability to stop the apocalyptic future revealed to her in cryptic visions – and who her enemy really is.

Outside of Washington DC, the fight for survival hinders the Silent Queen’s ability to launch her attack against the political elite and the gods as quickly as planned. An unlikely ally saves her life – but it’s the emergence of the Bloodline’s hereditary curse that warns her she may not survive long enough to start the war she’s spent her life preparing for.

The Grotesque Prince, Adonis, has spent his life being defined by others. On a journey of self-discovery mandated by the goddess Artemis, he returns to the lands he once ruled, four thousand years ago. Instead of uncovering the object Artemis tasked him to find, Adonis’ quest leads him to a mysterious figure possessed by much more than answers.

Suggested reading order:
Omega Beginnings Miniseries
Omega (#1)
Theta Beginnings Miniseries
Theta (#2)
Alpha Beginnings Miniseries (2017)
Alpha (2017)

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Real-time Reviews

Great books
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) October 12, 2016
Love both books. I just wish the 3rd one would come out soon.

Good second book...But I need more
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) July 27, 2017
Alessandra is a prisoner. Adonis leaves, assuming she is safe. The Silent Queen is betrayed. Things get out of hand. The current Oracle is helping Alessansra with her powers, but the Supreme Magistrates placed a device in her brain that links the two of them....and he is learning to use her powers.The gods are possessing humans. The war is on, but who is on which side?? It's hard to figure out.It's a good read, with lies, betrayal, deception, understanding and acceptance.Read on my friends.

A powerful Oracle
By (3.0 out of 5 stars) February 8, 2019
This book is supposed to be about a powerful Oracle, yet she doesn't use her power on the people who are using her for their own ends, she more like a powerless idiot

Terrific
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) January 15, 2018
Theta by Lizzy Ford is a well planned out look at gods and goddesses in today's time. I love all these characters and have enjoyed watching them, and their interactions, change as time passes. Now, there is only a small protected space surrounding DC, and the Oracle has seen the futures. There is just so much going on at each time. A real joy to read. There is a cliffy, of course, but it is worth the read.

Good Series
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) July 27, 2017
Read the series, highly recommend for not too serious reading.

Good grief!
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) December 27, 2016
She leaves you on the edge to wait for the next ! Can't wait for the next installment of the series!

So many layers to the characters
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) December 25, 2016
Great continuation to the series. The thing that makes this series so awesome is the layers that surround every character. This is one of those stories where you never know who to root for because like a mystery novel, you constantly learn new things. Definite must read and can't wait for the next one!

4.5 Stars!
By (4.0 out of 5 stars) December 23, 2016
You must read book 1, Omega, first. Theta starts right where Omega left off. This story is crazy creative! I'm hooked and spent most of this book going crazy. We follow along with several characters, but the main character, Alessandra, has to figure out all the pieces to the puzzle to save humanity. There are so many characters at play and most are pulling Alessandra in different directions. She must determine who to trust, if she can trust anyone. She has visions of the future that just creates more questions and one wrong move could be everyone's destruction. Theta does not end, it stops right at a crucial moment and will pick back up with the third book in the series. I really had to concentrate with this book. There is just so many clues and I'm struggling right along with Alessandra trying to figure everything out. This will be a good series to read a second time after knowing the end. I would love to go back and see what stands out! ARC provided by NetGalley.


By () December 10, 2016