The Mind Thieves, Book 2

The Mind Thieves, Book 2

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by Lori Brighton
     
 
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What would you do if someone told you that your past and everything you believed was a lie?

Cameron Winters is a freak, a mind reader who can hear the thoughts of those around her. Although her life has been far from ideal, she has finally found peace on a Caribbean island far away from her troubles. But her troubles are

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What would you do if someone told you that your past and everything you believed was a lie?

Cameron Winters is a freak, a mind reader who can hear the thoughts of those around her. Although her life has been far from ideal, she has finally found peace on a Caribbean island far away from her troubles. But her troubles are about to find her in the form of a gorgeous government agent named Maddox.

Maddox claims Cameron's father sent him to protect her from encroaching enemies. There's only one problem...Cameron's father has been dead for over a decade. When men arrive, threatening Cameron's very life, she has no choice but to trust Maddox and escape to the United States. Shockingly, Cameron realizes Maddox has been telling the truth all along when she's introduced to her father, a man she barely remembers. Suddenly, Cameron has everything she has always wanted...a family and home. But as her powers are exploited by the very people she trusts, Cameron realizes the old adage is only too true...be careful what you wish for.

Best for ages 14 and over. Contains kissing and cursing. This book is over 80,000 words; the typical YA is 60,000-90,000.

Book 1: The Mind Readers
Book 2: The Mind Thieves
Book 3: The Mind Games

www.LoriBrighton.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014542111
Publisher:
Lori Brighton
Publication date:
04/26/2012
Series:
The Mind Readers , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
24,499
File size:
218 KB

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The Mind Thieves, Book 2 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 103 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wish it was longer, especially since the free book was over twice as long
goNook More than 1 year ago
Even better than the first, which was really, really good! This is a great series! I love that it keeps you guessing and keeps your interest from beginning to end! Can't wait for number 3!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a great book , I really enjoyed the story and it has alot of twist and turns that keeps you wondering who the bad guy really is. Its a quick read which is good because your not going to want to put it down. Can't wait for the 3rd book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is as action packed and full of twist much like the fist book. As soon as you start the book you are thrown into Cam's life and you feel every emotion she feels. The only thing i didnt like was how short it was in comparrison to the first book. But i am still eagerlly awaiting the release of the third and final (i think) book. Definately a great read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jusr wondering does lewis come back in the picture
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What I don't get about cam is she hates aaron for what he was doing but her dad does the same things, having her break into ppl minds and testing on other mind readers
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonderful keep the story going
DL25FOREVER More than 1 year ago
I recommend this book for any female that likes unreal fantasy. It is interesting how her life unfolds. Sometimes the things you think you want, you don't. I will read more of Lori Brighton books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cant wait for the next one to come out!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow can't wait for book 3.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
2nd book was short, but ended with one helluva cliff hanger.....cant wait for the 3rd.
lisa28oh More than 1 year ago
Love this series, love the characters, you keep guessing what's coming next and you're still surprised! Can't wait for the next one! Lori is an excellent writer!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wrong book
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was great up to page 12. Unfortunately, the rfree sample is only up to the 12th page. Please make the sample larger because it really was good from wat I read. How cameron introduces herself, where the bike/ man come in (I forgot his name) and everything in between. Truly a good book and it will be 5 stars when the sample gets longer :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this series
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Nice read, after a while it got on my nerves, Cam's character is all over the map. I decided to finish the series because i had already bought it. Good story and characters, but needs some work.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wanted to enjoy this series really bad. It had so much potential and the whole idea of the mind readers seemed like such an interesting concept to me. I especially liked how the author blurred the line between the good and bad sides to the point where it became unclear which was which. In the real world, that kind of thing can be very hard to tell, especially if you're thrown into the middle of a conflict where both sides are trying to convince you they're the 'right' ones, all while your still trying to get your memory back. So keeping all that in mind (no pun intended), its understandable how the main character Camren (sorry if I spelled her name wrong) was frusterated and confused all the time. Unfortunatly though, those were the only aspects of this book that were portrayed realistically. The rest of Camren's personality was annoying and astoundingly immature for an 18 year old. She kept on complaining about how people were "treating her like a child" and that she "wasn't a toddler anymore", yet she couldn't calm done for one minute and attempt to think her problems through like a mature adult. And admist all the turmoil around her, the main issue that was going on in her shallow little mind was how she felt about her (former) boyfriend Lewis, even though she knew full well that he betrayed her, used her, and manipulated her to get her to love him (Seriously. Give him UP Camren). She also kept bringing the topic of Lewis up with Maddox at the worst possible moments, and I practically winced in embaressment at the awkwardness of it all. Dating and boyfriends should be the LAST thing she should be concerned about in her situation. Camren also refused to do what she was told ALL the time, which really got on my nerves. She would insist on getting explainations at unoppertune times, (like when she was being shot at for example), when she should really just shut up and take Maddox's advice and do what she was told. Of course that would mean she would have to start being mature and reasonable. She couldn't possibly do THAT. No, instead Camren the Genius ignored the experienced and wise people trying to help her, and choose to take matters into her own hands, resulting in her continously screwing things up. Royally. It got really irritating after a while. Her inability to see that Lewis was a complete jerk while Maddox was actually helpful and truely liked her bothered me to. In the end I just had to put the stupid book down and be done with it. It was just too painful to finish.