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Chimera by Rob Thurman
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Jul 07, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: paranormal-abilities-superpowers, sci-fi, military-soldier-spec-ops, mafia-mob-drugkingpin, series
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Stefan is the prince of a Russian Mafiya. Working at the bottom as a regular bodyguard, he has dedicated his life to finding his brother, Lukas, who was abducted at the age of 7. Blaming himself for talking Lukas into sneaking out to ride horses, although it's not the life he would've chosen, Stefan works for the Mafiya in order to make the money he needs to continue his search. When he finally gets a break and locates a boy with one brown and one blue eye like his brother, he puts a plan into action to break him free from the Institute he is being held in. Unfortunately, his brother has no memories of his childhood. Stefan must not only work to stay ahead of the Institute that wants Lukas back, but he must also work to rebuild the relationship between the two brothers. Like Cal & Niko, Rob Thurman does a wonderful job of creating the relationship between two brothers. The story was pretty good, but the loyalty and faith that Stefan has is amazing to read.
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