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- Print Length: 360 pages
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- Publisher: Dabber & Baehr; 2 edition (December 30, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 30, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ATT6QKK
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,953 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Talia is still recovering from her capture in Las Vegas, trying to cope with the inevitable. Eric is there for her and helps her through the hard times. Talia notices how much she has changed. She is more aggressive, her senses heightened.
Eric contacts someone who can help figure out why talia is having seizures, it only causes more questions! The results are very much a shock and explains a lot.
During an extraction Mac has Talia and Eric go on, she realizes much is not right. What they are doing to innocent people. It's not right and her doubt about the agency grows with each day.
Again they are sent for an extraction, except this one will prove to change everything, more shocking truths emerge and the decision to do something is ever present!
I'm very much enjoying this series! It's fantastic and keeps me captivated!!
Hunted lived up to all my expectations, and confirmed everything I had already guessed in the last 2 books. That didn't diminish from the fun though. Talia struggled for control this entire book (for reasons that are revealed at the end); and it made me sad and frustrated at the same time. She had gone from being such a strong character in Talented, and now was spiraling out of control, even though it wasn't her fault. However, I loved the ending with her taking back her own power of choice and becoming a much stronger girl than she ever had been. I believe that Davis did this because Talia had to experience betrayal and all the ugliness of what was happening and learn to take control and break out of the cage she had always lived in. I believe in Created we are going to see the true Talia, with all of her power, beliefs, and heart making her a force that can't be broken.
Davis is definitely going to be on my list of authors to watch closely. She has demonstrated remarkable talent throughout this series and I can hardly wait to read Created!!!!!
Ahhhh, this is going to be Mac's downfall. Talia may be willing to make exceptions for Mac, but she will not stand on the side lines after realizing that Donovan doesn't even trust his Dad.
This book is full of surprises! If you are an adult, you can probably see them coming, but you know what? It does not change how good this story is. If you don't like being able to figure stuff out, then don't read young-adult novels! (Sorry, I started to rant)
Sophie Davis is not done with the twists and turns and I can't wait to see what else she has in store for Talia and Erik!
The story line follows the story of Natalia Lyons, a young girl with extrasensory powers. This is the 3rd book in the series. There two factions, one is in favor of mandatory testing to see if children have extrasensory talents. The other organization, the Coalition, is not in favor of mandatory testing. This forms some of the contention in the story.
The story continues to develop, the reader learns what all is going on as Natalia learns what is going on.
It’s helpful to have read the other books so you have the background of the story.
This book like the first two in the series need an editor. Misplaced and incorrect words along with awkward sentences are distracting from the story. The spelling errors are not ones that they can fix easily with spell check. This book could be fantastic with an editor that know what they are doing! Please get one or send me a copy I can mark up with suggested changes so you can have a book that shows your talent and not your typos!