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Lexi Matthews just discovered the person invading her mind. The most terrifying part, they can make her do whatever they want and she is powerless to stop them. Having just run from her boarding school, Wellington, she now must run from a whole different evil, but where can she hide when this voice can control her from any distance?
I loved this book so much, probably even more than the first book. I didn’t not want to put it down for a second, but sadly I had to get sleep at some point.
The flow and plot of this book were amazing. Things continued to build and progress until the very intense end. Question from the first book are answered. Lexi is starting to discover more about herself. A few twists are thrown in to keep you off-kilter.
I really like the all the minor characters. Sure, they could probably have a bit more depth, but since they are minor character it doesn’t matter. They really add something extra to the book. Out of them, I’m really excited to see more of Kyle and Addison in the coming book. Even Bree I’m looking forward to getting to know a bit more about.
Now, the character I totally loved in this book was Jonas. Wow. He’s a great bad boy and you don’t always know if he’s trustworthy, but I am so glad he got a role in this book.
Like I said with the last book, something about Jake just makes me like him but not love him as a character. I’ll admit he’s perfect for Lexi and I love their relationship, but… I don’t even know what exactly it is about him. He’s like a shirt that fits great, but just something about it looks horrible on you.
The ending does have a cliff-hanger, but the ending to this book didn’t make me want to scream like the last one did. (I didn’t want to scream because it was bad, it was just intense.) This cliff-hanger I can deal with, but I am going to pick up the next book in about two seconds, so that might be a factor…
Heather Sunseri did an excellent job writing this book. She brought just enough detail into it that all the science fiction elements felt really believable to me. I really can’t wait to read more of her work and I’m sure I’m about to devour the next book in the series, Mindsurge.
Mindsiege, the second Mindspeak book by Heather Sunseri, picks right up where the first book left off and continues with non-stop action right up until the last page. It is quite enjoyable and by about halfway through I could barely put it down. As soon as I finished it, I knew I had to get started on the third book right away! I very highly recommend Mindsiege to anyone who enjoyed Mindspeak.
Book 2 : Lexi has had a rough start to her year. Her father died. She's learned she isn't the only one with special abilities. And someone wants her captured or even dead.
This story starts out with Lexi on the run. She isn't sure who she can trust, someone has been controlling her mind and the IIA is after her. Nobody around Lexi will tell her the truth or at least all of it. They want to protect her but nobody ever seems to give her a straight answer. Fighting to protect her father's journals while trying to figure them out is harder than she thought. And things with Jonas are getting very confusing. In this book Lexi starts putting her abilities to the real test.