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  • Loving the diverse characters

    Three and a half Having read Wanted and Wired I was desperate to learn more about the varied characters this author has dreamed up. I was really looking forward to seeing how this dark future envisaged for mankind could be somehow turned around. We met the wonderfully caring Kellen previously and it was clear he has some sort of past connection with congress woman Angela but in this story we get not only more of their backstory but fresh insights into just why Angela is the tough no nonsense woman she has become. With the very real possibility of war looming Angela is sure she knows her duty but has no idea that she's about to become a target herself ! I love the world building in place here as its futuristic enough to feel different and yet not full of gobbledegook that needs repeated explanations. The author excels in giving us vibrant diverse supporting characters and I have to admit that the effervescent Chloe and Yoink the very special cat just stole every scene they were in. Plus I wanted more Dan Dan but alas that wasn't to be but who knows what the future of this series holds . Ok nitty gritty time and in sorry but I didn't really care much for Angela. She's ruthlessly cold and I struggled to warm to her. The author attempts to redeem her with a sad loss but even then her reaction was to take a life ! I do understand revenge is a strong motive but it just didn't work for me . Plus there's a moment when she requested something from Dan Dan that had me wanting to bang her over the head ! I tried to feel sympathy for her but honestly she's my least favourite character in this series. Will she mellow in the future? If brutal I'm hoping we don't get too much of Angela but other characters have me salivating because come on with all that mech technology something surely can be done ! For me this wasn't as good as the first book but I'd definitely read more from this author. This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

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  • Enjoyed the futuristic setting

    I liked this book. I didn’t like it quite as much as the first book in the series but it was an enjoyable enough listen. This book could be read as a stand-alone novel since it follows a different couple than the first book but I would recommend reading the series in order if at all possible since events from the first book are discussed in this one. Kellen and Angela were an item when they were younger but they haven’t seen each other for years. Angela’s husband has been killed and she needs to convince the world that it was his clone and not him. Before she knows it she is in more danger and needs Kellen’s help. I liked the futuristic world that the story was set in and I really liked the fact that the characters had a lot of history with each other. Kellen and Angela obviously had a lot of feelings for each other still but there was also a lot of pain in their past. There was plenty of action to keep the story moving. I thought that Johanna Parker did a great job with the narration. I liked the way that she was able to bring the characters to life. I thought that her narration added a lot of emotion and excitement to the story. I believe that her narration added to my overall enjoyment of the story. I would recommend this book to others. I thought that the futuristic setting was very well done and the story had plenty of excitement to keep things interesting. I received a digital review copy of this book from Sourcebooks Casablanca via NetGalley.

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