- File Size: 4735 KB
- Print Length: 322 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1944475249
- Publisher: Science Future Press (June 11, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 11, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072QVWM2W
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Until Thomas disappears.
Anarchy Chained opens with Thomas' spectacular escape from the new and improved Cathedral City Asylum. You see he had a mental break when his meds, and superpowers got knocked off kilter, thanks to the run in with the Blue Boar. He started collecting the memories of dead people. All the dead people. And they wouldn't shut up. The strange thing is his escape is masterminded by Sadie - but thanks to the memory loss that she suffers when Thomas lets his superpower off the chain there's no way to know whether she's friend or foe. Is she helping Linc and Case? Is she Prodigy? Or something even more nefarious?
Thomas is a level 10 mentalist. He can unleash the power of his mind, and the brain blast can kill people. But Sadie survives because she is an illusionist - she can manipulate the perceptions of others making them she her as she's wishes them to. Talk about a master of disguise. Designed by the prodigy School to complement the powers of a mentalist, their minds fit together and strengthen each other. It's a truly symbiotic relationship. Does anyone else see the true beauty in this? The ultimate super couple's powers consist of screwing with your head and perceptions of reality masterfully. Sounds like an author I know and love.
Anarchy Chained is another JA Huss E-ticket ride. But this time it's way worse than a rollercoaster. It's the most malevolent fun house ever. Not even the mentalist and illusionist can quite sort out what's going on. Nothing is as it seems and there's danger at every turn. Friendship betray and friendship affirmed. And surprises - huge, kinky surprises. Leave it to Julie to create a totally mind blowing twist on menage. Last button emphatically pushed.
The whole idea of mixing superhero fantasy and angsty, erotic romance makes me giddy. And squirmy and hot under the collar (and other places). Couple that with Ms. Huss' talent for crafting insanely complex capers with teams full of sexy, honorable conflicted heroes, and you have one of the most brilliant, fresh, unique and entertaining reads in romance today. And like all the best superhero canons - the story isn't quite over. I can't wait to find out what Atticus has been up to.
To say that there was a lot going on in this book would be an understatement. I knew Thomas would have a complex story, but I never figured on it having the levels of complexity that it does. Not only was there a ton of events happening throughout, but there were a whole bunch of new characters that we were introduced to. And to make things even more interesting, you don't quite know if these new characters are good guys or bad guys. But then again, I guess you could still be debating whether Thomas, Lincoln and Case are good guys or bad guys, too.
Sadie was a unique and interesting girl. She had some kick butt abilities that I would love to have. I just wouldn't want to get them the way she got them. The more we hear about Prodigy school, the more messed up the stories get. And to find out what they've been doing to children all through the years is some 10th level horror story stuff, I tell you.
This is one of those books that keeps you guessing all the way through. And it keeps you on the edge of your seat all the way through, too. And then the last 20%? Holy friggin moly!! Questions from the previous books are answered, characters that I didn't pay close enough attention to before rear their ugly heads, and once again Sheila proves that she's the most kick butt non-human there is! And Thomas! Thomas....Thomas...Thomas...like I said before, what a complex character he is!!
I have honestly loved all three of the Alpha's stories. As interconnected as they are, each book has a dedicated storyline to the couple and I loved getting to know them and see their relationships evolve all while the chaos of each story was unfolding. This story was no different, except it really WAS different for Thomas and Sadie. How, you ask? I'm not gonna tell you, you need to discover that for yourself!
One thing I want to point out - the covers for this series are probably some of my most favorite covers ever! The graphic designs are out of this world, and the pictures drawn inside in random spots are amazing! I'm not a comic book collector, but I am a JA Huss book collector, and these just look so awesome on my bookshelf!