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review 2016-12-26 01:47
Keeper (Mindjack Origins #4): Mindjack Origins #4 - Susan Kaye Quinn

I really can't get enough of this series. Susan Kaye Quinn has created a truly fascinating world and this story is a great continuation of it. This can be read as a standalone or as part of the series. The story includes enough detail that someone could go into it without having any background knowledge of the Mindjack universe. Good story. I like the continued development of Kira's character. Very good read.

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review 2016-12-26 01:42
The Locksmith (A Mindjack Story) (Mindjack Origins Book 5) - Susan Kaye Quinn I really enjoy this series. This is a great short story that can be read as a standalone or as part of the series. It's been awhile since I read the first two novels, but I read it aloud to my boyfriend (who is not familiar with the series) today and we were both able to follow the story (and both really enjoyed it). Well-written and face-paced, this is a great read.
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text 2016-11-21 21:09
Reading progress update: I've read 4%.
Third Daughter (The Dharian Affairs Trilogy #1) - Susan Kaye Quinn

I've been in a slump this weekend. Just looking at my Mick Foley book turned me off the urge to read. So I did what I always do when I'm not feeling it: I had my husband pick a slump buster.

 

I really need to pay more attention to blurbs. I had no idea this was a steam punk type fantasy. I thought it was just something based in India. Oops. Oh well. It's not bad so far.

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review 2016-05-20 09:37
Delirium, Debt Collector 1 by Susan Kaye Quinn
Delirium - Susan Kaye Quinn
Delirium, Debt Collector 1 by Susan Kaye Quinn is a captivating short story.
 
Going into debt puts more than your credit rating in risk. I gave it five stars.
 
Lirium is an intriguing character. I want to know more about him.
 
I received a complimentary copy from Amazon. That did not change my opinion for this review.
 
Link to purchase: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BW7KXXY
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review 2016-03-25 00:00
Open Minds
Open Minds - Susan Kaye Quinn Open Minds - Susan Kaye Quinn *** 2.5 Stars ***

I find it difficult to rate this book.

The basis of the story is interesting. It is set in a world where everybody has developed an ability to mind-read, and this kicks in while they are teenagers. The very few that never develops the skill are the odd ones out and are thought to not be trust-worthy. They are often referred to as "Zeros".
I found this to be a very interesting concept, though it poses quite a few questions on how people manage to live with not having any privacy - ever!

The characters feels a little shallow in my opinion. And of course there is the 'obligatory' love-triangle. Though to anyone (except the main character it seems) the choice would be easy as there is clearly a 'nice guy' and a 'bad guy'.

There are a few places in the book that are (to me at least) not logical. The way the main character acts doesn't always make sense to me, but then she is a teenager, so maybe that's why?

I listened to the audio version of the book, and the narrator is ok. She feels a little monotone at times, but it doesn't feel like it ruined the book in any way.

All in all an ok read, I'm not sure I will be spending my money on purchasing the rest of the series though.
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