I’m not sure how the collaboration worked between these two authors, but I really like the writing style. You get immediately thrown into the action. I like all of the characters too. There’s a big bad company doing (super illegal) experiments on animals, and we learn later, humans too. The story begins with a lab breakout of the animals by an animal rights group. They soon fade into the background though as the techie guy’s sister tries to find him after he participated in the animal break out. She gets herself into a hotel for runaways/foster kids/homeless kids run by a rich artist who maybe/probably was a runaway kid himself. I won’t ruin the plot because there is a lot of fun and intrigue to get into. I’ll definitely be reading the second book – Outrage, The Singular Menace 2 when it comes out in July of this year.
The Atlantis World (The Origin Mystery, Book 3)
by A.G. Riddle
So I also finished this book around the same time as the one above. I didn’t want to do a separate review, because I don’t have a lot to say. It’s part 3 of a trilogy. I really liked the first book, and the second one was OK. This on however, was not great. It was super confusing, with a lot lot lot of details about the other worlds and characters. It took nearly two months to read, and that’s definitely not normal for me. I obviously wouldn’t recommend it if you haven’t read the first two books. I’m not entirely sure I’d recommend it if you have read them. The first book was about this mysterious virus that was killing some people, and turning others into super humans. There was a lot of action, and the characters delved into the mystery during the action, so the explanations weaved themselves into the story. This book had pages and pages of explanation for things that I didn’t even know were something to care about. The character arcs were wrapped up, but I almost didn’t care by the time we got there.