the impossible and reached over from the Alpha world to the
Beta world to be with Ari, the man he has loved his entire
life. Without dimensions separating them and now able to
touch and feel each other, both men have some adjusting to
do. Finn has to learn to survive in this new world where he
is away from his friends and family with the strong
possibility he may never see them again. And Ari has to
come to terms with his feelings for Finn and see if Finn is
what he has been missing from his life.
with having to make adjustments in this new world, Finn also
begins to suspect that his actions may have cause
irreversible damage to the Alpha world.
Merge is a great conclusion to its prequel
Converge. Chris Owen left her readers hanging off a
huge cliff full of questions at the end of Converge,
and she answered them all beautifully in Merge.
I did harbor my personal feelings of a love match between
Finn and Blake, but it was written in the stars that the
only person for Finn was, is and will always be Ari. I
enjoyed Merge and the sci-fi aspects of it.
Itís a thought provoking story that got me wondering if
maybe the love of my life is living in another dimension,
because he certainly isnít here. So all you readers of
Converge pick up your copy of Merge you
will love it.
Note: This series should be read in publishing