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    Being book number two in the Djinn series I was concerned as I did not read the first book “Chosen”. I was pleasantly surprised as I could pick up the story line easily and get involved into the fast pacing adventure and life of Jessica Monroe. Jessica being one of the chosen ones after the Djinn, an alien race, destroyed the majority of humans on earth in this book she has to choose between her loyalty to the human survivors and her love for Jace, Jasreel, her Djinn lover and mate. Jace has been taken into captivity by Captain Margolis, the leader of the human survivors. Captain Margolis and the scientist Dr Odekirk are doing tests on the Djinn captives to see how humans can destroy the Djinn race. This entertaining book by Christine Pope keeps you glued to the pages to see what is going to happen not only with Jessica and Jace but also with the humans and the two opposing sections of the Djinn. I cannot wait to read the next book in this series. Rinette Kaschula, South Africa

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  • Jessica and Jace's story continues

    It's interesting how a lot of events can happen in a book yet not much actually happens. At the end of the book, we're sort of at the same place we were at the beginning of the book (with a few changes). In some ways, the last 3 chapters seem to rush to a conclusion. I think the book could have finished at the end of the third chapter from the end and the next 3 chapters as part of the next book (since they seem to be a setup for it). (I know, it's a series, so this can be expected).

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