John Maberry's Reviews > Outin
Keeps things moving along at a decent pace for the story line. The YA situation raises it's head a little more with a challenge for the 16-17 year-old protagonist having in dealing with relationships between himself and two girls. If it weren't for that and occasional age mentions, I'd overlook it and forget about it. That said, it's a great read with all the extra-normal powers being developed continually and constantly dealing with the threats posed by the bad guys. For mystery lovers, there was some foreshadowing of an issue about who was leaking the info about where people were--but you'll have to figure it out for yourself. By the time that was resolved, I'd forgotten about my early suspicion. Lots of action and suspense. If you liked the first book in the trilogy, you'll like this one too. But you should read the first one before this; it won't work well as a standalone.
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