Review- Sentient by Kenechi Udogu

em domingo, 3 de setembro de 2017 |
Warning: This review may contain spoilers. Please read the following text at your expense and risk.
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Mastering her Progressive Empath abilities isn’t going as well as Gemma hoped. In fact, months after finding out what she really is, she still has no clue what this truly means. All she can do is wait to see if any new abilities will eventually manifest. Things aren’t going great with Russ either. Unsure of how to handle her Sentient Link with him, she tries to integrate herself in his busy social life but struggles to adjust to her new circumstances.
When she is plagued by recurring nightmares, Gemma realises things are changing and knows she has to do something, fast. The arrival of two sets of strangers in town, both offering the much needed assistance she needs to unearth her powers, escalates the situation even further. Gemma attempts to decipher whose intentions are genuine, but does she have enough time to figure out who has her best interest at heart?

Sentient is the second book from The Mentalist Series by Kenechi Udogu.
This book, in comparison with Aversion, has a better developed story. Yet, I felt that most of the questions weren’t really answered as more were raised. I liked the development that some characters went through and the increasing intensity that was felt during the reading.
Russ’s intuition amazed me! He always seemed to know the right thing to do!
And Laura? I wished I had her ability! She was awesome and my favourite character!
Sentient promises new challenges to Gemma and Russ’s relationship, as they struggle to understand Gemma’s powers and the deep connection they share. New enemies appear to watch from every corner, ready to attack and strange alliances are about to be forged.
What is Gemma?
Where do her powers come from?
How much powerful is she?
Some people want her by their side while others fear her power.
The fight is coming.

I’m still waiting for answers and, even though I had trouble to pick up the reading this time, I’ve already started the third book and, I must say, so far so good!

Rating: 4/5 

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