Friday 18 June 2021

Review of Asylum 54.0 by Nadege Richards

 Bionic assassins. A deadly virus. And one wicked plot for revenge.

Three weeks after being captured by a league of madmen known as the Jackets, I can no longer remember the person I used to be. They say my name is Ari, that I'm a bionic assassin with powerful abilities. I work for the people who created me. I kill for them, warding off the alien-like beasts that fall from the sky and roam the desert hills, feeding on unfortunate victims. Killing is the purpose and mission for all bionics, but I'm not compliant. I can't be controlled, and my memories are returning with every new day. To find the answers buried in my past, I'll need to force myself into a life of exile and hunt every city until I locate the five bionics like me: my legion.

Even though our powers are stronger when we're together, there are far more capable beings that want to change us, erase us. Jonathus and I are the most alike, but there is something in our blood threatening to rip us apart. We'll either be the victors to win the war against our creators, or we'll be the catalyst that unleashes a fatal virus and a world of pain.

For years we have been misused as weapons, but now we are hellbent on our revenge, even if we must make sacrifices to get it.

My name is Mathai Porter. The invasion starts now.

My Review: 5 STARS

I’ll admit that the cover drew me in and when I started reading this, I couldn’t quite work out if it was my kinda book, I’d not really read the blurb and found it easy to get lost in the bits and pieces of the first few chapters. By the end of chapter 5 I was hooked and had to know more, so I ended up buying the second book and plan to devour that shortly. I adored the characters, the danger, the intrigue, the strength and the growing that happened throughout the pages and loved the ending! Overall an amazing book and one I recommend to all those who love a good sci-fi!

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