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ARC BOOK REVIEW

Release Date-June 30th 2020 
Genre-YA Dystopian
Kindle Edition-352 Pages

ALLEGIANCES WILL BE TESTED. IDENTITIES WILL BE REVEALED.

NO ONE IS SAFE.

While searching for the HelixB88 anti-serum on the black market, Ava uncovers valuable intel that may help the rebels in their fight to bring down ISAN—the location of a hidden facility. But first, the insurgents must find the female citizens unexpectedly displaying powers without use of the Helix serum before ISAN captures them.

As the rebels join forces with other sectors, ISAN plans their destruction by using someone they don’t suspect at the rebel home base. A traitor within.

Now, Ava must make a dangerous decision, one that could risk their capture—or worse.

MY REVIEW
Genes by Mary Ting
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the third book in the series and starts back where we left off previously. I did actually think this was going to be the final instalment, it’s not as this one ends on another cliffhanger. Ava is now firmly back with Rhett and the rebel faction this time taking both Tamara and Brooke with her. Brooke is still in a coma after being purposely injected with the wrong helix and Tamara has come clean about her own double agent status. ISAN is frantic to get Ava back into there fold and will stop at nothing to achieve this. While Justine Ava’s former teammate wants Ava taken down her hate and jealousy blinding her. Ava also discovers the identity of her twin and it’s unfortunately not who she was expecting. In fact, it’s everything opposite of what she’s been hoping. There’s a war brewing between ISAN and the rebels and the fallout from this is not going to be pretty. This one is told from Multiple POV’s It’s action-packed and fast-paced with plenty of emotional upheavals throughout. This also had some hard-hitting moments. This was again well written and kept my attention.

I voluntarily reviewed a copy of Genes.

AMAZON UK
AMAZON US

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/ Arc Book Review / Genes (International Sensory Assassin Network #3) / Mary Ting / – Beckie Bookworm

ARC BOOK REVIEW

Release Date-June 30th 2020 
Genre-YA Dystopian
Kindle Edition-352 Pages

ALLEGIANCES WILL BE TESTED. IDENTITIES WILL BE REVEALED.

NO ONE IS SAFE.

While searching for the HelixB88 anti-serum on the black market, Ava uncovers valuable intel that may help the rebels in their fight to bring down ISAN—the location of a hidden facility. But first, the insurgents must find the female citizens unexpectedly displaying powers without use of the Helix serum before ISAN captures them.

As the rebels join forces with other sectors, ISAN plans their destruction by using someone they don’t suspect at the rebel home base. A traitor within.

Now, Ava must make a dangerous decision, one that could risk their capture—or worse.

MY REVIEW
Genes by Mary Ting
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the third book in the series and starts back where we left off previously. I did actually think this was going to be the final instalment, it’s not as this one ends on another cliffhanger. Ava is now firmly back with Rhett and the rebel faction this time taking both Tamara and Brooke with her. Brooke is still in a coma after being purposely injected with the wrong helix and Tamara has come clean about her own double agent status. ISAN is frantic to get Ava back into there fold and will stop at nothing to achieve this. While Justine Ava’s former teammate wants Ava taken down her hate and jealousy blinding her. Ava also discovers the identity of her twin and it’s unfortunately not who she was expecting. In fact, it’s everything opposite of what she’s been hoping. There’s a war brewing between ISAN and the rebels and the fallout from this is not going to be pretty. This one is told from Multiple POV’s It’s action-packed and fast-paced with plenty of emotional upheavals throughout. This also had some hard-hitting moments. This was again well written and kept my attention.

I voluntarily reviewed a copy of Genes.

AMAZON UK
AMAZON US

STALK ME

View all posts by Beckie Bookworm

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