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Fractured Innocence (IFICS Book 2) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 586 KB
  • Print Length: 298 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Valknut Press (January 6, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 6, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HIIGU8S
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Julia Crane dreamt of elves and teen androids long before she captured them and put them on paper. She's written and released over fifteen young adult and new adult titles over the past two and a half years. From science fiction adventures to succubus, Julia's fresh voice is easy to read and imaginative. Widely known for her Keegan's Chronicles series and IFICS series, and she has hit numerous best selling list on Amazon.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kiki Deister on April 7, 2014
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Fractured Innocence is the fantastic sequel in the IFICS series. It is is sci-fi, dystopia, romance, and thriller all wrapped up in one cyborg package. It is also a far darker and more intense read than was the first, Freak of Nature. In this book, Kaitlyn has come into her own and living her new life in the best way that she can. Her humanity and her creation to be a weapon have come together to make her what she is today... a black ops-style soldier on a mission of good.

The villain in this book is a bad guy of the worst kind. He is the leader of a human sex trafficking ring who also dabbles in drugs and illegal weapons. As much as the story is about Kaitlyn, it is also about Aaliyah, a girl stolen with her little brother off the streets of Detroit. What this girl goes through in this book, and her fellow captives, fractures her soul and changes her irrevocably. It is the mission of Kaitlyn and her partner Erik to take this leader down, and everyone with him so that the captive boys and girls can be rescued.
There was such depth of emotion in this book, something that is surprising when you take into account the main character is a cyborg who had lost much of her humanity. But we feel her pain and, more than that, we feel the pain of Aaliyah as she suffers through hell. It is undeniably dark and intense and there are parts that truly touch the heart and shake you to the core.

Things to love about Fractured Innocence...

--The intense emotions. There is so much pain and happiness and every emotion in between. It is a beautiful, although gritty, ride through humanity in all of its beauty and ugliness.
--Kaitlyn.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jessNboys on January 11, 2014
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Fractured Innocence is so emotional! I think at various times I wanted to laugh, cry, kill someone, hug someone, and protect someone. Julia Crane dealt with human trafficking in a very honest, stark way. I really appreciated how she addressed the sexual and mental abuse. It wasn't turned into anything pleasurable, just gut wrenching angst.

Aaliyah and her brother are kidnapped after school one day. Immediately they are separated and Aaliyah becomes the newest obsession for Vance. Kaitlyn, Lucas and the team are her only hope of survival, although Aaliyah would rather be dead. Kaitlyn is learning about her new emotions as well as her anger regarding the missing children.

I think my favorite quote from the whole book is regarding Noah talking to Aaliyah " You said you couldn't fix shards of glass. I wanted to show you that with enough time and patience a beautiful image will emerge. Different, but no less beautiful. "
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By kristyn007 on September 9, 2014
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Let me start by saying, I really realized in this book that these are NOT YA. These books are clearly NA. Not nearly as hardcore as some other NA that I have read but isn't NA just supposed to target that age group? Doesn't mean it has to have crazy amounts of explicit sex in it.

This one was WAY better than than the first one. Kaitlyn is trained to be the best. We see a new character in Erik, who is the best of the best, military wise. They become partners and train together. We also see from Aaliyas point of view as well. Aaliyah is kidnapped and sold into slavery and her side is not pleasant at all. She becomes Dasvoik's favorite and is brutally beaten and raped almost beyond repair. Her story was so heartbreaking and so real.

Kaitlyn is still trying to understand feelings and simple things as small talk. While staying at a remote location with Lucas, Eric, Harrington, Nick and Ace. Ace is an old partner of Eric and Kaitlyn has to deal wih a new feeling, jealousy.

Ace and Nick do not know what she is and trying to act completely human around them is hard for her. Her idea of small talk is bringing up the fact that Ace's wife cant have kids to him.

I can always tell when I really liked a book. I was so into it, I didn't highlight anything! I devoured this book and was so upset that the third one was not out yet!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L Swanson on October 19, 2014
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I have deliberated as to what rating to give this book. While the writing itself was steller as we have seen before from Julia Crane, and the subject matter handled in a humane and interesting way... this book having no Trigger Warnings is almost unfathomable.

I and other I know from support groups have experienced sexual trauma. While human trafficking is exponentially less common than that, and the percentage of trafficking victims that own a digital library even smaller... the vivid and disturbing descriptions in this book sent me into more than one anxiety attack.

I am working with my own therapist to deal with these emotions, and pushed through to finish the book... but especially for a book marketed to teens... it needs an explicit content and trigger warning in the summary.

My own teen daughter, whom I give much liberty in what she reads because she is very level headed... I am not sure I would want her to read this just yet. For someone who has not even experienced sex yet, I'm not sure that this is appropriate or palateable subject matter. I want my child to know these things exist, to be aware of the suffering in the world... to be smart and protect herself... but it's possible that this book is no longer YA but at least NA or even adult fiction.

I would give the writing 5 stars, but the marketing and lack of trigger warnings brings it down to 3. I will amend my review if these things are added.
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