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Book review: Rhiannon Lassiter – Hex, Shadows, Ghost

Most of the time I wrote more or less about a romance books. But not this time. I enjoy in sci-fiction books and everything that’s not ordinary. About these books. Writer Rhiannon Lassiter was 19 years old, when she wrote first of her book (Hex). Story in the books is interesting, well written, it makes you to read more and more, the plot is amazing, characters are special, you can really identify with them and everybody is different.

It’s 24th century. Story starts in futuristic London, where you can be rich and live high in the sky or you can be poor and live under everything. Center for Paranormal Studies make a special mutation, that help you to work better with all of the technology. But after a while people who had that mutation, become a threat to society and they CPS and government starts to hunt them.

Genres: Science fiction, young adult, dystopia, fantasy, fiction

About author: http://www.rhiannonlassiter.com/index.html (and other books she wrote)

The series of books:

Book 1: Hex

Book 2: Shadows

Book 3: Ghosts

Sumarry of book Hex:

A Supercomputer Brain In A 15-Year-Old’s Body…Meet Raven, The Most Dangerous Teenager In The World. London. The 24th century. The CPS, a secret government agency, is on a mission to seek and destroy the Hex, human mutants with supercomputer minds. They are young. They look like you or me. They must never be allowed to grow up.
But the CPS hasn’t discovered Raven. Soon they will feel her power, know her rage as she and her brother, Wraith, set out to discover what happened to their long-lost sister, Rachel. Is she dead or alive? Or has she met a fate worse than extinction? There is only one way to find out. Raven must use her Hex powers to crack the top-secret security of the CPS. Then she must enter the place that promises certain death.

Enjoy, M.

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