Flamingnet Student Book Reviewer HSchl0212
Just a year after Shamira and her friends destroyed the evil
organization MONEV, her team is on its final training
mission as cadets when they are ambushed by mysterious
invisible assasins that kill their security force's leader,
Cal.This time around, Shamira has her talented friends
behind her, but they have no clue who's responsible. After
exploring and getting ambushed again, Shamira believes
ex-members of MONEV are trying to hurt the ones close to
her, which for her means ditching them and investigating on
her own. But Kurt follows her. She now realizes that she
needs her companions to bring down the enemy once and for
all. Still, she goes solo. Shamira is caught in a mastermind
of a trap until her faithful allies rescue her and together
ruin the remains of a once thriving crime ring. To do so,
they must leave behind Dion, a close friend. Thank God they
have each other.
The beginning was lame in the way it seemed like
something a sixth grader who was trying too hard to impress
his teacher would write. The plot was suspiciously familiar
to the original book, but I let it slide because of course,
it wasn't a bad thought to begin with. The main character's
trust issues, though a major trait, distracted from the main
idea at least once every three chapters.
I wish LM Preston would maybe have improved the original
novel, but it was just about the same quality, average.
Though I was unimpressed with some bits, it is not quite as
bad as school-assigned novels.
Reviewer City, State and Country:
Leawood, Kansas USA