The twins end up separated and unsure who to trust. They join with the demidemons to protect humankind, but that means trusting their father. And when their mother returns, they’re not sure they can trust her either.
Humans can’t detect the demons and demidemons, so they don’t see what goes on around them. The story is complicated, but woven well. The twins get separated and aren’t sure if either will survive.
I don’t know if this is classified as adult or YA, but either group could read it. There’s a lot of fighting and pain, and in places it was intense. On the other hand, it’s also a tale of two brothers finding their way in a world they didn’t know existed.
I give Archive of Fire by Betsy Dornbausch a rating of Hel-of-a-Story.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~FTC Disclaimer: I believe I downloaded this book for free. But getting it for free – or paying for it – does not influence my review. I had heard of demigods before, but had not heard of demidemons. But it makes sense that if there’s one there’s the other. Like, if there are shoes, there must be feet. If there are mothers, there must be children. If there are spelling bees, there must be bees. If there are dragonflies, there must be dragons. And if there are Demi Moores there probably are Demi Lesses.