Friday, December 28, 2012

The Forbidden Trilogy

I received a copy of this newly release trilogy (all books have previously been published separately) from the author my  honest opinion. I received the book Saturday afternoon and by Saturday evening I was completely hooked. 

Sam is a young woman who is hoping, on her 18th birthday, to finally become a free woman. She has been kept in a "school" for special kids since she was a child. The school is for kids who have special powers (mind-reading, fire-starting, mind-control...ect). Not only does this school keep these kids captive, but it "rents" them out to rich people to do their dirty deeds.

Unexpectedly things change for Sam. She returns from a job to find her mentor gone and her life's work (art) destroyed. And that's not all. Sam "meets" a new boy, Drake. While she doesn't meet him face to face they have an undeniable, unexplained link and communicate telepathically with each other, and fall in love. Little did either of them know that they would some become expectant parents and wanted people.

The second book in the Trilogy goes on to tell of Sam and Drakes escape from the horrible “Rent a Kid” facility. But they are not alone, they are being stalked by a “seeker” who’s only goal is to bring them back. This book is filled with excitement and suspense. These two are fighting not only to save their selves and unborn child, but also all the other kids at  “Rent a Kid”.

In the third and final book of this trilogy, everything comes to a head. The kids at “Rent a Kid” have been rescued and relocated, but they duo are still in a fight to save themselves and their baby and the other babies and young children from a hidden “rent a Kid” facitlity. But they are not alone this time. They have a team of friends with all sorts of super powers to help them and the IPI .  The third book of the Trilogy is by far the most action packed of the three.

I don't want to ruin the whole book for you so I am not going to go into detail about what these two  and their friends have to go thru. This is a great book for any age reader (13+). I can't wait to finish the trilogy and pass it on to my son to read. It is right up his alley with the paranormal, x-men like feel to it.


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