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(Soliloquy's Labyrinth #2)

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Driven by greed their need to manipulate has quickly become my greatest advantage. We were pawns in the silent wars until we started breaking the rules we never realized we had been following. The interferon's puppet mastery is permanently disrupted by our awakening to the truth. No longer able to reach the masses without risk of discovery and resulting consequences to bea ...more
Paperback, 262 pages
Published April 8th 2016 by Publicious Pty Ltd
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May 05, 2016 rated it really liked it
Control, greed, the quest for power, can the tables be turned and used as a weapon on the very people who wield it? Step out of your reading comfort zone and take a taste of the writing talent that is Truth Devour. Insurrection is the follow up to Illuminarium and Ms. Devour doesn’t leave her readers hanging, she gives a little history to refresh the mind and prepare for the turmoil ahead.

Harper is back and she continues to see more than what others see, she is planning, using the past to affec
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May 20, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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I received this book in response for an honest review. The following is my analysis of the book without revealing any spoilers.

Truth Devour is at it again with the story of Harper and her journey to rid the world of interferons. Harper is continuing her search to find new discoveries as to why the interferons are manipulating people and how her hidden past will help her for the fight. For readers looking for a thrilling tale that incorporates philosophy and symbolism with a splash of mystery an
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May 08, 2016 rated it it was amazing
What a powerful follow up. Truth's ability to draw the reader in to the story, to completely immerse them and then to make it hard to return back to everyday life is a talent in itself. Insurrection got straight in to where it left off with a clever and short 'recap', which would make reading #2 as a one-off completely ok. The story/ journey was fast-paced, but at the same time seemed to take a step back at times to let the reader take the pause to really think about what was going on. Don't be ...more
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May 17, 2016 rated it really liked it
Truth Devour has once again created another amazing piece of literature. Overall, I felt that I was right alongside Harper in her struggles and revelations. As the reader, I had to keep my mind open to abstract thoughts and patterns, looking for any clues to what might happen next.

In this series, I have found myself more interested in the stories that Harper reads about her past lives than I do about Harper and her current life. It is, in my opinion, the most intriguing portion of the books, I
Apr 19, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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In a world where the past manipulates the present we become mere pawns as the truth is hidden.

A young lady finds herself being stalked by a killer whom she witnessed his death bed in prison. He manages now to takeover people’s body and ends up killing them as he targets people she knows

At the same time she is in middle of research and hits on a story of a beautiful girl that as a baby was left at a convent. She learns more about this hidden girl and who she ends up.

Along th
May 02, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Book 2 in the Soliloquy's Labyrinth Series sees Harper continuing her journey to fulfilling her requirements and ascending to be with her true love all while learning about the struggle of another reincarnation that her love face in ascending. She also faces the interferons head on and learns that the consequences are great when they bring back Vernon Wreath to enact revenge.
The series is masterfully written, well researched
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Truth Devour is the pen name of an Australian born author who has published works available through various online stores. The pen name Truth Devour was created from the authors life philosophy of devour thy own truth. It stood as a reminder that in a world filled with deception, misleads and lies one should consider ensuring never buying into a false portrayal of themselves. Lie if you must but n ...more

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