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So, Callie now has a guardian and is no longer an unclaimed minor. Plus she has a nice house. Things should be good.
But the Old Man still keeps talking in her head. And also someone else who may or may not be her dead father. And she's still not free of her brain chip, which means theoretically anyone could control her body again.
Also the first book left off with easily the most inventive romantic tangle I've ever read. So things clearly aren't over.
The Old Man has found a way to use brain chips as bombs, making Callie and the others with brain chips extremely dangerous weapons. And then Callie meets Hyden, who is the Old Man's son and has a plan to stop… Read more