What a fantastic sequal to "The Chimera Vector" fast paced and exciting from start to finish leaving you wanting more. The characters have developed greatly as the tale has unfolded, leaving you with a sense of knowing exactly who these fantastic people are and what drives them to do what they do and more importantly WHY? Another reason to love this book is you never know who to love or hate with so many twists and backstabbings, just when you are starting to like someone they turn out to be a complete ass!(or shot in the face by one) Love that! Fagoogoo (read the "About Nathan M Farrugia" section of the book) is a brilliant young writer who knows exactly what he is writing about with his knowledge of weaponry and geography adding spectacular performance to this tale of violence,intrigue and emotion.I am looking forward to the next installment with baited breath, read this book, you will not be disappointed.
Sophia, Damien and Jay are back! They have to try to save the world from The Fifth Column's planned mind control and it's going to take all their enhanced abilities and all the allies they can muster to pull it off. Not easy when The Fifth Column have blackened Sophia's name and everyone - including herself - seem to hate her.
A welcome sequel to The Chimera Vector, the action sequences are as exciting and intense as ever in The Seraphim Sequence. There's lots of heartbreak and desperation and people dropping like flies. Will the friends prevail? If you love Matthew Reilly, you MUST read Nathan M. Farrugia!
Just finished the 2nd book in this trilogy & really enjoyed it. Again it's a non stop action ride through the book for Sophia and her band of operatives. Several twists & turns toward the end of the book that I wasn't expecting which is always a good thing in my view. Looking forward to reading the next instalment. Thanks again Nathan for an excellent read.
A good fun, kickass book chock full of splosions and excitement. Just what one needs to unwind after a long day in the office. The cast of the Chimera Vector return and this was as good a read as that was.