Blurb (from Goodreads):
"Alex has managed to stop a viral outbreak but must now fight her way out of the resulting chaos to prevent an even more disastrous threat. After escaping capture by a plotting regime, she calls upon her friends and own unique abilities to discover earths true past and fate. Amid a collapsing society, they battle unseen forces, unlocking ancient secrets in an attempt to change the course of the human race.
Be sure to read Book One of the Forgotten Origins Trilogy: Bloodline"
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
(Source: Downloaded for free from Amazon.co.uk)
This was an okay sequel, but it did seem to have a lot of information in it.
Alex changed a bit in this book, and she was lucky to have gained what she gained, without losing those who loved and trusted her. Things could have gone a whole lot worse for her if this hadn’t been the case.
The storyline in this was okay, but there was so much information in there that it made it really heavy going. I understand that the information was necessary to explain what was going on in the story, but I felt a bit bogged down by it all. We did get a bit of action which was good, and there were a few things that I didn’t expect. I also thought that the way that the virus had morphed was a realistic continuation of the original storyline.
The ending cleared a few things up, but also left us with a big cliff-hanger. I really hope that things work out well for Alex in the last book.
6 out of 10.