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(The Emile Reed Chronicles #2)

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Every choice that you make has a consequence.

When Emile Reed went back to Vesta Corp to save her loved ones, she'd been deprogrammed. Thirteen had regained control, forcing her to become a prisoner inside of her own body. She has been left to live alongside Thirteen, able to hear everything that occurs around her, but unable to react…until she sees him.

He reawakens her
Paperback, First, 248 pages
Published August 4th 2013 by Createspace (first published June 30th 2013)
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Nov 02, 2013 rated it really liked it
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In Deprogrammed we get the POV of Alexis and Emile. This is really interesting. We get to see things from Alexis, who works for Vesta Corp but, hates what she does. We start where Emile is back at Vesta Corp and has be completely re-programmed. Thirteen is now in complete control of her body and Emile is off in the background unable to control her body. She knows what is going on and that her brother Hayden is there too. Through
Nov 10, 2013 rated it liked it
Deprogrammed picks up right where the action packed events of Program 13 left off. And don't worry, McVeigh is as creepy and awful as ever in this book. He certainly takes the cake for awful villians. I just want one of his programs to squish his head like a grape. Or bash it in. Or fry him with electricity. Ok, I think you get the picture. I hate him. In Deprogrammed we get to see a couple of different people's points of view, including Alexis. We get to see some insight into her backstory, ...more
Sabrina Olteanu
Nov 17, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I received this book in exchange for my honest review. Thank you Itching for Books for letting me be a part of this tour.

I recommend you read the first volume- Program 13; it would be easier to understand the story and especially why the characters are going through all this stuff. Deprogrammed picks up right where Program 13 left off.

Nicole Sobon wrote these books brilliantly! She managed to write a great fantasy story with how each and every one of the characters face their problems. She made
Skye Hegyes
Dec 05, 2013 rated it really liked it
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What we have here is a well-rounded conspiracy!

This novel was set in modern times with a futuristic twist. What if there was a company out there that was taking the bodies of our dead (for the sake of science) and turning them into living “programs”? What if that same company started murdering people for the sake of advancing that same technology?

In her Emile Reed series, Nicole Sobon has done just that. Deprogrammed follows the story of Emile Reed, a seventeen-year-old girl with her whole
I've wanted to like it, I've really tried. I just can't do it. I love the premise of the book but the plot just doesn't flow. It's boring and tedious to read through and there's no excitement or real adventure. I feel like I'm constantly just hearing about the fight between Thirteen and Emile and how McVeigh does this and manipulates but the story doesn't go anywhere. They constantly try to escape and constantly get recaptured. Sometimes even within the same chapter there's discrepancies that ...more
Jacquelyn Smith
Oct 15, 2013 rated it it was amazing

* }Dreamer's review}*

Deprogrammed *Nicole Soben
You can never out run your past, that's what Emile had to find out the had way when she returned to Vesta Corp. The order of business was to save her loved ones.
The decisions she made made hurt everyone she loved the most, her family and friends. Now that she is back do she have the strength she needs to overpower the thirteen and face her past decision.
I was thrilled with this story and the plot was great*****
This was a five star winner *****

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The Emile Reed Chronicles (3 books)
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  • Rebooted (The Emile Reed Chronicles, #3)
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