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(The Kepler Chronicles #2)

3.95  ·  Rating details ·  20 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Jadah McCoy’s ORGANIC, pitched as Bladerunner meets Pitch Black, in which 18-year-old Syl has barely survived the genetic splicing that plagued her human body. After discovering the androids’ plot to wipe out human and Cull alike, Syl must return to Elite to warn the other survivors. However, with the realization that her group of survivors isn’t the only one, also comes t ...more
Published June 13th 2017 by Curiosity Quills Press
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Montzalee Wittmann
Jun 07, 2017 rated it liked it
Organic (The Kepler Chronicles #2) by Jadah McCoy is book two but I think someone could read this without reading book one and not get lost. This is not the book to get to know this author, book one is much better, 5 Stars. This book was so-so, about a 3 star book. It had lots of action, suspense, a touch of romance, but the plot was slow and the ending was...disappointing. I received this book from Curiosity Quills to read and the review is voluntary.
Kit (Metaphors and Moonlight)
3 Stars

*I received an ecopy of this book from the publisher. This has not influenced my review. Quotes used are from an ARC and may be different in the final copy.*

I don’t know if it’s that my tastes have changed since I read Book 1, if I just read this when I wasn’t in the right mood for it, or if the book really was different from the first, but overall I kinda found the book not bad but lacking.

For one thing, all that happened for the first 20% was that Syl and Bastion walked through t
Geoff Strayer
Jun 13, 2017 rated it liked it
Ah, the sequel. This is the part of a series that is tricky – balancing the need to bridge the introduction to the climax. There is a reason that one assumes a sequel will just not be as good as the original. It’s hard to get that lightning in the bottle twice, after all.

Organic is the follow-up to Jadah McCoy’s debut novel ‘Artificial’, and has a case of the sophomore slump, that is undeniable. That is not to say this is a bad novel – because it isn’t. Since I have my guess as to where this is
May 18, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Reviewed at my blog: Babbling Books

*I received an e-ARC of this book through NetGalley from Curiosity Quills Press in exchange for an honest review*
“A storm of death and destruction brews in my head. It sucks people into it and ruins them forever.”
This sequel was stunning. Jadah McCoy is steadily climbing my list of pre-order, must-request authors.

Her characters are by far the best things about her books. Organic is no different than Artificial in that regard. What got me hooked in
I received this eBook from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
For reviews like this and more, visit me at Shh, I am Reading.

There is no doubt that I have added Jadah McCoy to my list of favourite authors. I am so excited to see where she takes Syl and Bastion from here.

Second books get such a bad rap, especially as they are the middle filler. So there can be this awkward lull between the three books.
While Organic was a little more subdued than Artificial was, it didn’t take away fro
Meghan Lloyd
May 03, 2017 rated it really liked it
Oh, the pain of a cliffhanger!  This book had a whopper of one at the end, which I am still recovering from.  I finished reading this book several days before I actually rode this review, because I was in pain from the ending and didn't want to write a review in the tumult of my emotions.  Fear not!  This is a great book and a wonderful continuation of the first book, Artificial.  

Syl and Bastion have escaped from Elite City after Syl is killed (sort of).  Now an android like Bastion, she goes i
Jun 01, 2017 rated it liked it
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As is typical in trilogy sets, this second-in-the-series book seemed like nothing much more than a place holder. While I still enjoyed reading it, there was hardly anything new that occurred to truly advance the storyline. Syl - now an android hosting a memory dump of human-Syl’s brain - has even more issues than she did before! For once thing, she is having dreams, something which sh
Jonas Salonen
Aug 09, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: own
So, the second part of the Kepler Chronicles. The first one blew me away, so I had high gopes for this one.

Well, I was dissapointed. The first book was great as it told a much bigger story than its page count. The people acted believably and there was tension. In this second book nothing really happens. The protagonists just walk around on missions that don't lead anywhere. Also the twist at the end is just so not characteristic for Bastion. I could not believe it. Bastion acted like a teenager,
Jul 05, 2017 rated it it was amazing
As superbly written and as fast-paced as the first book, Jadah McCoy expands on Syl and Bastion's increasingly bleak world — where whether android or human, no one is safe.

I was thrilled to get more of these characters. They're full of nuance and charm, and the relationship between the two protagonists is both compelling and heart wrenching. Danger bleeds onto every page — this is certainly a book that won't be easy to put down. Like the first in the trilogy, my only complaint is that I want mor
May 12, 2017 rated it really liked it
This series keeps getting better and better!!

Aug 08, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
That cliffhanger though. I just want Sylvia to sit down and let Bastion love her the way she deserves to be loved.
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Jadah McCoy currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee where she works as a legal assistant. Artificial is her debut novel.

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