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Chrysalis (Project Nemesis) Hardcover – 5 Mar 2019
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About the Author
Brendan Reichs was born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina, and holds degrees from Wake Forest University and the George Washington University School of Law. After three long years working as a litigation attorney, he abandoned the trade to write full-time. He is the author of the instant New York Times bestseller Nemesis and its sequel, Genesis, and coauthor of the six-volume Virals series. Brendan is also a member of the executive board for both the YALLFEST and YALLWEST literary festivals and has received an MFA in creative writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. He lives in Charlotte with his wife, son, daughter, and a herd of animals that tear up everything.
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Project Nemesis was a wild ride from the very beginning. The first character I fell in love with was Tack, and then Min, and then Sarah, and slowly I became deeply invested in this story and its frequent twists and shocks. Having read Genesis immediately after it released, I had lots of time to theorize every single possibility of what Chrysalis’s general plotline would be. I was sure about my guesses. I thought I’d finally know what was happening this year, that I’d be prepared.
I wasn’t. At all. I was thrown from the very first page, and it just kept going. A few of my major theories were correct, but only on technicalities. This series is one of my favorites, but if you choose to read it, just know that you will never, ever guess what’s coming. It is simultaneously dark and twisty and uplifting and joyful all at the same time. Nemesis has a permanent place on my bookshelf.
A note to the author; if no one ever really dies, suspense and tension no longer exist. Without suspense and tension, you don’t have a good dystopian book. It worked for this book, but if you write another book in this series no one will believe anything bad will actually happen to these kids so no one will care when they do.