Friday, May 27, 2011

Review: Mind Storm

  • Hardcover: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books (May 10, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312673175
Summary: Two hundred and fifty years after the world was nearly wiped out by nuclear war, what's left of society fights over the scraps of the Earth as the rich and powerful plan to ascend in secret to another planet. But the deadly new breed of humanity that the rulers have enslaved to protect their interests are about to change everything.

K.M. Ruiz's Mind Storm is the rip-roaring tale of Threnody Corwin, a psion with the ability to channel electricity like lightning through anything she touches. As a soldier-slave for the human government, Threnody is recruited by an unknown enemy: the scion of Earth's most powerful (and supposedly human) family, the Serca Syndicate. But Lucas Serca is far from human and he intends to make Threnody and her fellow psions meet their destiny, no matter how many people he has to kill to do it.

Review: This book was the first book I was ever sent to review, so it holds quite a soft spot for me. At first I Was a little iffy about it because science fiction is not really my thing, I had put it off for a while because I had other books to read. When I finally got down to it I thought why did I wait so long!? Usually when I read science fiction I'm lost, I get so confused with all the science of it and it loses my attention real fast. Thankfully this book wasn't like that and I was able to read through it without a problem. At first I was confused with the names and I had to keep thinking ok..who is this person? But once I got passed that it was all good. I wasn't aware it was a series when I first finished and it left me kinda like...what? But now I know its a series I can't wait for the future books!

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