am 26. Oktober 2014
Mindsiege (book 2 of the Mindspeak series) - a gripping, also very fast paced and enjoyable book, but not quite as good as the first book. This is mainly due to the fact that there are very many new characters (clones, Sandra, etc.) and very many twists in the plot, which loses its attraction after a while. Other characters which were important in the first book are absent altogether (grandmother) or have become marginal characters (Jack, Danielle). Thus, I found character development faulty and not exactly the logical continuation of the first part.
Still, all in all, a recommended read.
am 2. Februar 2016
While it had some credibility that characters stumble through the mysteries of their faith, that credibility is completely lost in part 2. Lexi runs from catastrophe to the next without being able to mitigate the danger. She can heal severe brain damages by modifying cells, blood vessels, neurons, but of cause she cannot use these abilities to defend herself, to harm other people, I.e. Sandra. Not plausible! Along with 100th more implausibilities. In book 2 it's no more mysterious it's just implausible. Ok Lexi is a teenager, but you want to shake her and her superhuman friends to stop them from acting totally stupid. no fun to read