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AEGIS INCURSION (Apocalyptic Action-Adventure,Thriller) by [Segran, S.S.]
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"If Daniel Silva and Rick Riordan had a love child, it would be the young S.S.Segran. With the intensity of an adult spy thriller and the relatable characters that teenagers enjoy, Aegis Incursion takes YA Action, Adventure, and Fantasy to a new level."
~ The OnlineBookClub.org ~

"Five Stars! A great book to dive into and a fantastic follow up to the first. One of the best things author S.S.Segran has done here is to produce a sequel that can be read as a standalone."
~ Readers' Favorite Reviews ~

"With the intrigue of an A.G.Riddle novel, the relentless action of Clive Cussler's Dirk Pitt adventures and the dystopian backdrop of Hunger Games, Aegis Incursion marks the arrival of S.S.Segran as a compelling young author in the YA scene."
~ Honore Gbedze - SAGE Foundation ~

"Where the first book excelled in building a mythology and a legend capped with an exciting showdown, the sequel provides nearly cover-to-cover action that never loosens its hold on the reader. Once the wheels of the plot begin turning, it isn't long before kidnappings, explosions, gunfire, fearful monsters, shadowy ringleaders, and espionage begin unfolding across dozens of chapters and multiple U.S. states. There are occasional moments where the story comes up for air, but with new characters both good and bad and more build-up to the inevitable tipping point of the world, the action is the clear focal point here. A good sequel stands alone as a strong work without the accomplishments of its predecessors, but a great sequel inspires readers to go back and relive a book they've already read, and that is precisely what this book accomplishes."
~ Recommended by the US Review of Books ~

Product Details

  • File Size: 1636 KB
  • Print Length: 466 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: INKmagination Books (March 23, 2015)
  • Publication Date: March 23, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00V56524W
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #305,739 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The book is one of the few I have read that is a stand alone story. Most series novels require you to go back to the previous book/books to understand what is happening in the current story, not so here. Kudos!
This story is well written as was the first. It grabs your attention and keeps it. VERY hard to put it down! I am 73 and have been an avid reader since 4th grade, reading up to 3 or 4 books in a day when I was younger.
I venture to guess this author will have a great career. I keep thinking of "Pern" or "Valdemar" and I hope you are as successful.
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Great book, I really enjoyed both Aegis books but enjoyed this one more as it was easier to keep the characters straight. The first book I kept stalling on the names trying to remember how they were pronounced & then trying to place the names with the character. For me there were just to many strange names to keep track of. So in that respect I liked the second book better although I really enjoyed both books. I did enjoy the fact that you didn't have to wait one or two chapters to find out what the other characters were up to. The book flowed very nicely that way. If you liked the first book you won't be disappointed with this one. I'm looking forward to the next book.
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Really good read here, this is a book that really commands your attention from the very start. I loved the setting, a bit of futuristic style stuff and good action.

I haven't read the first book in the series and it would probably help but now I will have too, this one just pulled me in too much to not go check it out! Aegis Incursion is definitely up there with some of the best action books I've read.
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Excellent sequel to 'Aegis Rising". I expect to see better and better from this young author! The action is good, the relationships between her characters are fun. I appreciate that she finishes each book at a good stopping place, leaving a feeling of closure over the particular story, and yet still having a pleasant anticipation for the next book. I'm definitely looking forward to book three!
I love those books that still have you thinking about them long afterwards, and this is definitely one of those for me.
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Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5

Readers, note that you don't need to have read the first Aegis League novel to fully appreciate this one - this story does entirely stand alone. While this may be frustrating for followers of the series, it does allow newcomers to be rapidly brought up to speed.

I thought that this was a definite improvement on the first book. The story flowed a lot better, reintroducing the principle five characters and their abilities while interspersing their development with some very exciting sequences. It was a very easy read and I devoured the first half of the story in just a couple of hours.

The series still carries a very environmental and can be a little heavy-handed in its approach at times but does provide an interesting angle on issues with world agriculture and just how far reaching a food crisis would be. While the plot did make me curious, it should be noted that little is resolved in this volume. The heroes remain ignorant of the villain's grand plan as the series is apparently intended to run for a further three novels.

I did feel that it started to drag over its second half. The book felt longer than it needed to be and a lot of that was given over to repetition and over elaborate details. Segran has a habit of describing every single character movement which did become a little tiring after a while.

Yet the characterisation had drastically improved. In Aegis Rising, I had trouble telling the teens apart but now they have noticeably different personalities. While I still felt that some had more development than others (Mariah is probably the weakest of the lot, while Jag gets a whole lot of backstory in this volume), it's nice to see that the author has fleshed them out into more realistic teenagers.
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By JT on April 1, 2015
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Better writing in this second volume -- the author is getting better mastery of the language. Better editing, too, I think -- far fewer style errors. A few factual errors. For instance, in Chapter 11, Area 51 is said to be located in New Mexico. In fact, it's northwest of Las Vegas, NV, which is a bit ironic, as the B-29 could have easily been based out of Groom Lake/Area 51 for the project it was supposed to be carrying. New Mexico is more the home of Roswell and the UFO stories. Seems to be a mix-up of mythology.

What makes this book series less believable than something like The Hunger Games is the ease with which the five take to their abilities. Also, their explanation to outsiders (like Tony in Santa Barbara) seem both indiscrete on their part and far too easily accepted on his. As these characters come out of the Canadian wilderness and rejoin the real world, reality could be a little more real. That being said, it's a n easier stretch than the first book.
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This sequel to Aegis Rising is even better than the first book. The story follows five teenagers on a road trip from their home in Montana to California. But these aren't five ordinary teens. The year before they had crash landed in a plane in northern British Columbia and taken in by an isolated native tribe, hailed as the answer to an age old prophecy. The natives trained them in the first book, and they developed some special skills, powers if you will. They helped the natives overcome a deadly enemy and then were returned home, but with amnesia about the events of their summer.

In this sequel, the five's memories are re-wakened as they are called on to battle a ruthless power that has been affecting crops around the world, causing food shortages and riots. The reason for this group's actions is shrouded in mystery but they believe they are benefactors to mankind. (The road to hell is paved with good intentions, they say.) Without spoiling the story, I can say that our heroes save the day, but it is a temporary reprieve and sets up nicely for the third book in the quintology. (Which has not been written yet.)

The teens are a clever, talented bunch with engaging personalities. The story moves along quickly with lots of challenges facing the teens as they fight to stop the devastation of the crops. The story is more science fictiony than the first one with the mysterious enemy employing high-tech nanomites (microscopic robots), a particularly nasty enemy for the teens to fight. There are lots of thrills including a chase involving a giant mining truck. All in all, an engaging, fast-paced and exciting read. Looking forward to the next book in the series.
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