The Delphi Revolution
A psychotic killer hijacked her mind and her body...
She’s taking them back!
Eighteen-year-old Anna Morgan is on the run from the very government project that created her abilities. Now they seek to weaponize the gift she doesn’t want and can’t control: the invasion of her mind and her body by spirits, some of whom have their o
In The Delphi Revolution, we meet back up with Anna and the Scooby Do gang several months after the end of book 2. The gang now lives at the beach along with a group of adepts rescued during the la ...more
Solid conclusion, but I wanted more. It seemed like there was a lot of telling rather than showing, a lot of explanation and history given when I wanted more from the characters and more action. And then the final battle/showdown...uh, anticlimactic, to say the least? I still recommend this series and the author is an auto-buy for me.
The Delphi Revolution is the third, and last, installment of The Delphi Trilogy. Anna kind of frustrated me a bit here and there.. but overall the pace of this book just through me off. It felt like a never-ending story and I just wanted it to end.
Anna helping out her friendly ghost encounter Molly was interesting. Mostly because of what happened to Molly. However, I just feel like something was missing in this book. The action was okay but did nothing for me. The wh ...more
This book is quite a bit darker than the other two in the trilogy, mainly because Anna must confront the ...more
I am a fan of Rysa Walker's body of work; her series are fun, fascinating YA with a science fiction/supernatural twist that keep the reader entertained. The Delphi Revolution is the conclusion to Rysa Walker's Delphi Trilogy. I've been anxiously awaiting the last book of the series ever si ...more
I've been with Rysa Walker throughout the Chronos series and now the Delphi Trilogy. A lot of times my review on a book is based in part on when I read it and if it was the right book at the right time. Rysa Walker's books are based on constant action and activity, and with an assumption the reader is very familiar with prior books. I did find myself a bit scatterbrained during this reading so all of the adepts and the layers of characters were a bi ...more
I’d give this book 3.5 stars, but am rounding it up for the series as a whole.
I love Rysa’s world building and find myself very engaged with her characters. Maybe it was because a fair amount of time passed between my reading the second book and this one, but I had trouble connecting to the characters. I think this is in part because of what Anna is going through (trying to keep this spoiler free). I didn’t feel as close to her in this book and therefore felt ...more
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Here's X-Men, 2020.
True story: In 1978, the US Military sponsored a program that investigated the potential for psychic phenomena in military and domestic intelligence applications. It was discontinued in 1995 because it was--stupid.
What if: It worked?
In The Delphi Trilogy, the children of the participants of this doomed program are now manifesting psychic powers. Remote viewing, glimpses of the future, telekinesis, pyroki ...more
I usually adore unreliable narrators, but this one didn't sit well with me. It's partially because Anna's been a pretty straight relater of information so far, with the exception of withholding info about Myron. It's also because, since the book starts months after the prior ...more
These books have the story line of a group of kids with psychic abilities. The politicians want to use these young people to control the government. The kids just want to be left alone.
The locations of this book were in West Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina and ...more
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Ok, as much as I loathed Cregg, I couldn’t help but quote Shakespeare. Parting really is such sweet sorrow, so it is fitting. I absolutely loved this entire series and waiting for the final book was torture. (Luckily the Chronos series helped keep me occupied while waiting.) Although I am devastated that it’s over, Rysa Walker did such a wonderful job developing these characters. I will keep all of them in neat filing cabinets tucked away in my mind, but I think I can ...more
So, I choose to read to take my mind off politics because I am a Deplorable, and though there are more people who approve of our current administration than the media wants to report, we all need an escape. The ratlike spider creature reminds me of Clinton, Obama, and Soros. As for the actual story and characters in this book, they are an exceptional duo. Loved this trilogy.
I chose to read this book and all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. Thanks to NetGalley and Skyscape!
I liked the conclusion. At lot happens at once and it was a little hard to keep up, but I think it made sense in the end. It's a hard wo ...more
This was a really great series and I enjoyed each book very much. I think the second is still my favorite, but this one gave the Trilogy a satisfying end. It took me a while to read though, I think because I knew it was the last book and I wanted to make it last. I was also worried for the characters and how things would end for them. I was definitely saddened by the end, but mostly happy. I still would like more, so maybe there will be some more novellas.
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In addition to speculative fiction, she occasionally writes mysteries as C. Rysa Walker. ...more