If you haven’t read Numbers yet, you should avoid this review. Instead, read my review of Numbershere.
If you HAVE read Numbers, feel free to continue to read…
The first numbers Adam saw were his mother’s.
That’s how he knew she was going to die.
He inherited her curse, her ability to see the date a person will die when you look into their eyes.
Only he got an added bonus. He not only sees when they will die, he feels it too.
So when, at fifteen, he finds himself in London with his Nan – still mourning his mom’s death – he’s horrified to see the same number popping up on multiple people, New Year’s Day 2027. Just a few months away.
What could happen on New Year’s to cause so many deaths in one place?
Can he warn them? Or is it better to keep it a secret, like his mother always advised?
When I read Numbers earlier this year, I was surprised by how down-to-earth and urban it was – and that t…