Back home Tori was the girl who had everything a sixteen-year-old could want--popularity, money, beauty. Everything. Including a secret. That secret made her very valuable. Now she's left everything from her old life behind, including her real name and Alison, the only person who truly understood... show more
Back home Tori was the girl who had everything a sixteen-year-old could want--popularity, money, beauty. Everything. Including a secret. That secret made her very valuable. Now she's left everything from her old life behind, including her real name and Alison, the only person who truly understood her. She can't lose the secret. But if she wants to have anything resembling a normal life, she has to blend in and hide her unique…talents. Plans change when the enigmatic Sebastian Faraday reappears in Tori's life and delivers bad news: she hasn't escaped. In fact, she's attracted new interest in the form of an obsessed ex-detective now in the employ of a genetics lab. She has only one shot at ditching her past for good and living like the normal human she wishes she could be. Tori must use every ounce of her considerable hacking and engineering skills--and even then, she might need to sacrifice more than she could possibly imagine if she wants to be free. The riveting companion to R.J. Anderson's acclaimed Ultraviolet.
Publish date: March 1st 2013
Publisher: Carolrhoda Lab
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Ultraviolet (#2)
Interesting main character but it took me a good while to get into the story.
Quicksilver -- R.J. Anderson Book 2 (final) of Ultraviolet duology This book was good. Very good. I never had any doubts it would be. Even if I still liked Ultraviolet better.Quicksilver was every bit as amazing as I had expected it to be based on how much I loved its predecessor, Ultraviolet....
I put this on my TBR list after learning that its heroine was explicitly stated to be asexual. It was recommended to me again after I wrote in a previous review that I was looking for books with asexual romance in them. The recommendation came with a warning that it would be a good idea to read Ande...
Having read this as an e-book, I didn't get a good look at the cover of this sequel to Ultraviolet, and only just now see that the tagline is "Everything you are is a lie." Which is just as perfect as "Ultraviolet: Everything you believe is wrong." Oh. Wow. This was such a fun book to read. Niki, ...
OH MY GOD I LOVED THIS SO MUCH.The first one was phenomenal and I expected this to be a bit worse, like any other sequel but this BLEW ME AWAY.The plot was amazing. It absorbed me right as the beginning and every day I yearned to read more. Her plan at the end threw me off completely, I only got wha...