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Crimson Earth (Modi #2)

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Aeva Storm finally has the answers she’s been looking for since the night she was struck by lightning. She knows who she is—and more importantly, what she is. But her secret isn’t hers alone to keep, and some of those who know the truth will do anything to control her.

In the sequel to the acclaimed Violet Storm, Aeva must decide how far she’ll go to protect her identity an
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Published December 10th 2015
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Luke Taylor
Feb 04, 2016 rated it it was amazing
So what is Crimson Earth?

Well, firstly, it's not easy to write a great book that mixes cinematic action with compelling character development and flips the pages with excitement like there's a box fan next to the book, and it's even harder to write a sequel that's just as engrossing.

My second Anna Soliveres book, I found myself thrilled by her dynamic sense of bone-crunching eye-popping action, and her ingenious plotting. Crimson Earth deals with the same themes of morality as Violet Storm but v
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Meradeth Houston
Nov 11, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I LOVED the first book in this series. The characters are wonderfully drawn, the world is amazing and frightening, and the ability to Modify humans seems natural and quite ingenious (if a little freaky at times...but I'd get over that if it meant I could have wings!). Soliveres does not falter whatsoever in her second book in the series. The action does not pause and the characters continue to change and grow. I absolutely felt for them all throughout the entire book, especially watching Aeva ma ...more
Jason
Mar 05, 2016 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this book. The author once again demonstrates her knack for weaving an engaging plotline in the second book in this series. Aeva -- the main character -- narrates the story fluidly and genuinely, allowing us to become emotionally invested in her, hurting with her in struggles and cheering with her in triumphs. There are some minor things that leave something to be desired: the diction and style was, at times, a bit jarring and awkward, and the dialogue was somewhat predictable. Neverth ...more
Rachel (The Rest Is Still Unwritten)
Jan 16, 2016 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Dystopian fans
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Anna
Nov 09, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Okay, I wrote it, so yes…I’m biased. I wanted a moment to fan-girl though, because the characters in this book are easy to fall in love with!

First there’s Aeva. Despite being thrust into a hellish nightmare, she doesn’t completely break down and freak out when the insane and the unjustified happens. She holds herself together and reviews her options. Her biggest flaw is that she has a hard time letting go of her need to control everything and allowing others to aid her in her journey.

Then there
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Jo
Mar 31, 2016 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed Violet Storm, which was the first in the series. It's a shame that it's taken me well over a year to get to book 2. And as with most sequels, I approached it with a certain amount of trepidation. Would it be as good as the first volume?

The answer is "almost". I thought that the book was quite slow to start and get back into the action, but once it did, it was a case of hanging on for the ride. Action packed, and with more of the plot twists and tension which the author so succes
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Kelsey Suedmeyer
Dec 06, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This second installment in the Modi Series does not disappoint! I already love Violet Storm (Vol 1), and Soliveres clearly took her writing to the next level with this one. The way she describes things really brings the story to life, and I can totally see these novels as movies! From landscapes, to fight scenes, to very real human emotions and challenges faced by the characters—I am transported directly into Aeva's world. The plot is very well-constructed and executed, and Soliveres has great s ...more
Mike Louie
Dec 09, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Great sequel. A truly worthy one. The chemistry and conflicts between the characters are intense. There were very late evenings when I knew I should have gone to sleep but I felt compelled to read “one more” chapter, especially after one particular plot twist that I refuse to spoil (let’s just say it was GOOD).

Anna Soliveres’ attention to details, especially around combat, is impressive. I've been training under the discipline of Krav Maga and the action scenes described are spot on with what I'
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Becky Stephens
Jan 21, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: sci-fi
It's incredibly easy to get lost in Aeva Storm's world. It's simultaneously frightening and beautiful.

In Book 1, Violent Storm, I was skeptical and a bit frightened by the modified humans; however, with Crimson Earth, I realize that they can be beautiful and soulful.

Though the antagonist, Behr, is not at the forefront of the action, the characters are still affected by his presence, and act and react accordingly. Soliveres does a great job of creating tension without him being actively involved
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Sarah
Dec 11, 2015 rated it it was amazing
You need to read Crimson Earth (I would start with Violet Storm though)! I cannot get enough of these characters and the amazing world they live in.
I find myself day dreaming about what could possibly happen next... I won't spoil it for you... I seriously could not put this book down and now I'm going to start over from the first one, Violet Storm, so I don't have to give up Violet just yet. I cannot wait for the 3rd book!!
Debbie
Dec 06, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: fantasy, fiction, scfi, ya
so this book fall into the same problem as many 2nd books in a series/trilogy (I think this is a trilogy)-in that it's filler. I felt that most of what happened that moved the story forward could have happened in the first one/two chapters...

spoilers ahead
so, it starts with an attack on a facility to get her sister and ends with a big battle in the city - it all could have happened together ...it was a nice surprise that the real queen is alive and part of this and she found her sister (who care
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