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The Bionics (The Bionics Novels Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I have known about this series for a few years now, back when this book was a bunch of shorter books. And it looked really good, but I just kept putting it off. I was more worried I was expecting too much from it and didn't want to be disappointed. I know, that sounds incredibly dumb of me. But I'm known to do stuff like that from time to time.
Anyway, I finally decided it was time to read it.
Although I liked the narrator, there was one thing that bothered me. It is split POV between 3 people, two of which are male. It just was weird that a dominantly male storyteller was read by a female. She wasn't bad or anything, just not what I'd have preferred.
This story is pretty fast pace, with the government trying to capture and basically dismantle all the people who need their upgrades to survive. I like how each of the three main characters contribute to the story in their unique ways. I usually have a difficult time differing between POVs of the same gender while listening to an audiobook, but both Dax and Gage are so vastly different. I really appreciated that.
Most important of all, Blythe is a super fraking awesome heroine.
The ending though. Holy gawd blasted monkey balls! I really did not see that coming. I'm glad the audiobook for the 2nd book released last month, because I'm going to need to read that ASAP.
The scene is set many thousands of years in the future after many of the US manor cities were blasted by nuclear bombs. Thousand die, many more were injured. The medical advancements and the ok by the government many of the injured not matter how severe were saved. However many are now more robotic than human and this allowed a platform for the corrupt politics to turn on this thy help save. Hunted and abused before brutally killed the bionic enhanced fled.
Two best friends now search and rescue those in hiding. Along the way the find a nonenhanced guy protecting a little girl. This now allows for a great love triangle.
I would highly recommend this book for all.
Blythe is 90% robot and is apart of the resistance along with other bionics like her. Dax rescued her when the Military Police came to her home looking for her, and in turn, killed her family. The bionics are all she has left. Along comes Gage, fully human, and things start to get a little rocky in Blythe’s world. She has a crush on him, but Dax doesn’t,not only, trust him but is jealous because he is in love with Blythe and she only sees him as a brother. I really like Dax’s character and Blythe is acting like a lovesick teenager over Gage. I really don’t like that part of this story and I’m not looking forward to the rest that is to come.
The book ended with the resistance getting ready to rescue other refugees from where they are being held by the MPs before they are executed. I’m actually ready to read what happens next! Like I said, this story is great it just needs some editing.
I have to say, I love Alicia Michaels writing and will be getting all the rest of her book as soon as I can. I am so glad I got this book, and I truly believe you will be too. Give it a try, I cannot imagine anyone being disappointed in them!
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