SUSPENSE/HORROR Semi-Finalist in the 2014 Best K***** Book Awards!
The year is 2038.
Feoran has followed through on his promise to enslave humanity, and humanity is being crushed under his oppression. Anyone who rebels is sent to the Factory.
Until one woman, Psyche Tawton, decides to run.
And she will prove his undoing.
Psyche leads an everyday life—well, for someone alive in the era of the Clan’s long shadow. A single event involving her best friend and her friends’ vampire master puts her on a road to rebellion, causing a ripple that will change the course of history, and the lives of those she comes into contact with.
Then she meets Torolf.
A werewolf with a chequered past, Torolf is instantly intrigued when he lays eyes on the violet-eyed beauty, but the wolf within him cannot accept a human as his mate. But deciding whether they should give in to their desires is the least of their troubles, as Feoran sets them firmly in his sights and makes them the centrefold for his newest horrific campaign. Starting with her best friend sent over to the Factory.
With the help of Torolf, the other immortals, and the Human Rebellion, Psyche will be the catalyst for the most important change in human history since the Clan took over. But she will also be the catalyst for her own fate, unlocking a secret about herself that is so destructive…
…it may kill her.
*Please note, this book is in UK English, and contains swearing, some violence, and sex scenes.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The book starts off with Feoran. A character that's in the first book described as the ultimate bad guy. A hunter with a grudge with the world and the main characters of the first book (Aodhan and Arianwen). This grudge changes the world forever into a dystopian reality for the millions of people around the globe. And in this sad, gray excistance lives a girl: Psyche. I found her lovable even when she felt defeated and disappointed, a relateble character who reaches something inside common to all of us. The vulnerablity and hope that all will be okay even though we know it won't be. I actually cried with her in a some scenes in the book, and I realised that this would be a good read! Melanie, a human, in the book was someone I both despised and appreciated. It was good that she was honest and real in knowing that she wasn't a fighter but a coward hiding in the face of battle. But I also hated that she was so gullable and naive when the world turned cold and should've made her grow up and become more pragmatic. I was like: ”Argh! Is there really people like that?! Can't you see you're a doormat!”.Then I realized that yes, there are people like that and in books they're needed for pushing the story to progress to where it needs end up. You often forget that even the 'small' characters have a purpose. The book is filled with pain and suffering, anger and bitterness but also strength of character... and it's all because of the diffrent humans and immortals portraited. I truly recommend this book to everyone that likes intriguing books but not the soap opera kind.