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  • Literary Titan

    Are we defined by the ones who were before us, or do our actions define us? Do the actions of one individual condemn their future descendants to a dire future? The Progeny is a thrilling adventure story, echoing the suspense of Robert Ludlum’s Jason Bourne series. The beginning of the story is a little slow but the story picks up and is quickly entertaining. Things keep on rolling as our lead character, Audra and her small group of people find themselves in situations that quickly turn sour. Despite the frailty shown, the characters rise up to the challenges that face them, which made me emotionally invested in the well drawn characters. I frowned when I read about the zealots who were hunting descendants of the most infamous female serial killer in history. Why? They are not the killers. Why harm them? But then people do tend to carry grouses for years, maybe some are crazy to carry ones that pass on from generation to generation. These thought provoking themes kept me hooked. I especially loved Luka character, who loves Audra without any motives or benefits. The author describes the revelation in layers which is all the more warming to my heart. There are many more layers to the story than initially appears. It shows the depth with which Tosca Lee has crafted her narrative. Overall the story is well written and continues at a good pace. We get a glimpse into the past of the characters, but thankfully the story does not dedicate too much time on it. The one thing that I did find odd was the persuasion power that every descendant of Elizabeth Bathory (mainly females) seems to have. Why it appears, or what is the reason for it is not explained. Even more curious is that it goes away after a certain age. Why? I need to know! Needless to say, I am invested in this enthralling and thoroughly entertaining novel.

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  • Every emotion at the same time.

    Tosca writes stories that grab hold of you and refuse to let go. You literally will not want to put this book down until you have digested the last word.

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  • Intriguing and compelling series

    It is too hard to describe just how incredible this book was. The imagination it took to come up with the storyline is incredible. The characters that don't quite fit into the normal "good" or "evil" label. This series is phenomenal!

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  • Vivid. Brilliant.

    Masterfully written. Beautiful. Twisty. Gasp! Another plot twist. This changes everything. Created from legend, woven through history with beautiful detail. So vividly told that you can see every moment in your mind's eye. This is another must read from Tosca Lee. I cannot wait to have the 2nd book in my hands. Update: I have just finished reading this story for a 3rd time. It’s just as spellbinding as the first time I read it. More details of the story are discovered in each reading. The locations become even more vivid. The characters even more well loved.

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  • Hooks you from the beginning

    This book gets you involved from the first chapter and you don't want to put it down until the end. Then you must get the second book to find out what happens next. I would recommend it to anyone.

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