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What if your mind became your worst enemy?

Struggling with evolving psychic abilities, seventeen-year-old Anna Morgan and her equally exceptional friends are on the run from the ruthless Graham Cregg, leader of a covert operation known as the Delphi Project. Cregg has already killed repeatedly to test Anna's ability. Now, he and his father, a presidential contender, will stop at nothing to recapture the Delphi adepts, whom they see as weapons to be controlled - or destroyed.

Navigating an increasingly hostile landscape, Anna and her friends form a resistance to rescue those still in the Creggs' fatal grip. As more gifted kids vanish and public awareness of the Delphi Project grows, so does the opinion that getting rid of the adepts may be a necessary evil.

Yet even as they face off against cold-blooded killers, government operatives, and a public intensely afraid of their psychic powers, the greatest threat to Anna and the resistance may come from within themselves - and their own mysterious abilities could spell their ultimate downfall.

©2017 Rysa Walker (P)2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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second installment doesn't disappoint

sometimes the second book in a Trilogy is terrible but that is absolutely not the case with this one. You're going to want to pick it up as soon as you possibly can

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Not really a resistance

Maybe it's because it was too long since I read the first book but it took time for me to get into the story. With resistance in the title I thought we would have action but 75% of the book is a road trip in an RV. It moved slow and had too many predictable parts and characters. I do like Anna, Daniel and Aaron and look forward to the next book. The conclusion will likely be very good.

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A fun youthful contemporary scifi thriller

Teens and adults work together in smart, angst free battle of minds to take down the bad guys. Steady flow of a thriller with no lows but also no high tension burn out . Kate Rudd, the narrator, is once again a pleasure reading well everything from streetwise teen girl to demented sociopath.

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Great sequel

The story picked up speed and never let me catch my breath. Very cool ride through Anna's world.

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can't wait for the next book!

A unpredictable story leaving you excited for the next event and there are plenty of them plus surprises in this book. my favorite narrator too! Kate Rudd is the best

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Great story

this is the settings book ive read in this series. the author is a wonderful storyteller. she keeps everything grounded at the feelings level, which is a refreshing change when out comes to authors writing about the paranormal. I can't wait to read the next book in the series.

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  • 10-29-17

4.5. Excellent character development

I enjoyed the combination of psychological depth and action, as well as the creative take on the range of psychic skills and extraordinary abilities. Various references to classic books and culture actually add spice instead of annoying. Without preaching, positive values are woven into the plot. It’s an engaging ride.