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    Engaging soft sci-fi novel

    If you're looking for a romance novel, you might want to look elsewhere - the romance sub-plot in this novel plays only a very small part of the action (and there's no hot sex to be found, just a couple of passionate kisses). Also, no vampires, werewolves or demons. On the other hand, if you're looking for a stong female character that kicks ass and a novel that falls somewhere between urban fantasy and sci-fi, keep reading. The basic set-up is that the heroine awakens in the hospital after a fiery accident has put her in the hospital. It turns out that she is one of a group of super-humans that all have super-healing, and other super-powers. The rest of this book is the heroine learning about her new world and powers. This is the first book in the series, and it mostly satisfies as a standalone, but it definitely leaves some things hanging. I found the book generally engaging, and sometimes compelling, but there were also bits that made me feel like I could have done better. There's a lot of world building to go through, and the book tends to drag in places just because of that. And there were a couple of times when I started talking to the book going "No, you do this and this, not that". I can understand out-thinking the person who just found out about this world, but when I'm out-thinking the characters who've been around for hundreds of years, I get a little frustrated. So, not the greatest story to consider the implications of near-immortality and super-genetics (or magical powers - it's really no different except what you call it), but a reasonably good one, and worth your time to see if you're interested in the rest of the series.
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    The Change

    Great book, new ideas on the ability to live forever. I enjoyed the read and will look for the next one.
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    A pleasant surprise

    I was not expecting much when I picked this one up, it was a book bub deal, so figured what the heck. Then,once I started reading it,I got drawn in and it was hang on for the ride. Well paced,with writing that makes you care about the characters.
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    The change

    Excellent read nicely balanced characters
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    Change

    Absolutely loved it. Especially the twists to the plot. It has everything drama, danger, romance and suspense plus heartache. Also a unique idea for a storyline. Can't wait to read the others in this series.
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