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Invisible Sun by David Macinnis Gill
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Apr 16, 12

Read in April, 2012

Durango and Vienne are on the run while trying to find out the details of the experiment that created the Draeu in the previous book. While escaping from a data theft in Christchurch, Vienne suggest going home to hide out. Her home turns out to be a Tengu Monastery where Durango gets some glimpses into her childhood. While attempting a rescue mission Vienne is captured by Archie who proceeds to torture her until she is ensnared in madness. A rescue attempt by Durango leads to the death of Riki-Tiki, Vienne's "little sister." Noe Durango must deal with his guilt and find a way to rescue Vienne. I liked this book better than the first one and will have to wait for the next installment to see why the mysterious Mr.Lyme is after Durango and what his plans are. I hope Vienne can recover as I like her fiestiness.

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