Friday, 25 July 2014

Indigo Instinct: Review

The second book in the Indigo trilogy, I couldn't wait to get stuck into it - the first book had drawn me in - I wanted to know more and the "Indigo Children" and what IIA was trying to accomplish with them.

The second book starts off only a couple weeks after the epilogue of the first ends.

Sarah is back in Roswell having given birth to a health son Tristan, living near Ian and still without her husband, confused about the feelings she seems to be developing for Ian and with her babies talents progressing so quickly she has a lot to get used to in her new life.

Toby and Tyler are now free from there foster parents, having joined a new school with just weeks to the summer - they are looking forward to spending time with each other as well as Lilana and Rebecka.

Lilana and Grace are spending the summer working with Aunt Mae and the diner, while Eddy is trying to get over his feelings for both Grace and Sarah.

But could things really be that easy, could they just steal information from IIA and with the threat of making it public be left to get on with their own lives in peace?

Of course not..

This book follows the relationships between the characters as they progress and grow, allowing us to find out more about them as they find out more about just what they have taken on the disk drive.

I would suggest reading Indigo Insight before staring on Indigo Instinct, although we do slightly look back in book two, I personally would feel like I was missing a lot of information had I have not caught up before beginning this read.

I found this a really easy book to follow, meaning it made for a perfect night time read - you could be drawn into the excitement and intrigue, become close the characters and then drift off wondering quite what might happen next. What are IIA up to - will they all be ok!

Well you best read the book to find those questions out yourself, me I'm going to look forward to book 3!




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They thought they were safe.

Identical twins, Tyler and Toby, escaped the clutches of a covert government agency determined to exploit their extrasensory powers. Before they regained their freedom, they acquired proof of the agency's existence, proof that was guaranteed to secure immunity not only for themselves but for their friends as well.

They took more than they bargained for.

When the brothers learn that they have unfinished business with the agency, they find themselves reunited with Indigo Children, Liliana, Grace, Eddie, and Rebecka and once again on the run.

They must rely on their instincts.

While Grace and Eddie discover that love isn't always easy, Sarah's life is thrown into turmoil, and her guilty conscience leads to fear and distrust of her own heart.

Intuition doesn't lie.

There are new players in the game and it isn't easy to know who to trust.

Sometimes the right path isn't always the easiest.

Is there a way to give the agency what they want and still retain their freedom? Find out in Indigo Instinct, Book Two of The Indigo Trilogy.

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