Mindsiege (Mindspeak Series Book 2)

Mindsiege (Mindspeak Series Book 2)

by Heather Sunseri

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BN ID: 2940148847168
Publisher: Sun Publishing
Publication date: 11/17/2013
Series: Mindspeak series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 117,979
File size: 683 KB

About the Author

Heather Sunseri is a recovering CPA who began writing novels in order to escape the mundane life as a muggle. After twenty years in the corporate world, Heather decided to use her business savvy and curious mind to start a publishing business anchored by fictional stories. She is proof that one can be a numbers person and a creative… And that it’s never too late (or too early) to get a do over. She’s married to the love of her life, mom to two amazing kids, and caregiver to the best golden retriever and one very, needy cat.

Heather loves to hear from readers. You can email her or sign up for her extremely entertaining monthly newsletter at heathersunseri.com.

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Mindsiege (Mindspeak series, Book #2) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Megan_BedroomBookworms More than 1 year ago
I jumped right into reading Mindsiege after finishing book one in this series by Heather Sunseri. I had to know where the story was going to take us. Overall Rating: 4.5 Stars - Kept telling myself “just one more chapter.” While book one, Mindspeak left me with more questions than possible, book two, Mindsiege just had me shaking my head. Continuously. I just wanted to jump right into my kindle and shake Lexi. I love her, but man I have no idea how this chick has managed to stay alive this long. I understand that our main characters are still in high school, but I thought they were suppose to be super smart. The plans this group comes up with has to be some of the dumbest things I have ever heard. Seriously, with the smarts that group is clocking in with they should be able to come up with something better. Actually I'm not even fully convinced there is an official plan. I am however, sure that Lexi is grossly confused on proper way to make as escape. You don't ride the train for 3 miles and call it good. Or get out of the labs of doom only to remain on campus. Someone get her a get away car and drive her out of town! I really hope they get it together in book three because I really want to see Lexi and Jack make it out alive in the end and the way their going, the nine lives are almost out. Even with all her confusion on mastering a proper get away I still liked Lexi in this book. She can get a bit whiny at times, but she's quick to curb it. Plus there was so much information and changes coming at her, I thought she adapted well. There were times I was a little upset with who Lexi chooses to block and who she doesn't, but I chalked it up to her teenager-ness. Jack starts to freak out a little in Mindsiege and it was interesting to see. He was so mysterious in book one with all his secrets. I'm quite sure Jack is still withholding some important information from us, but it was nice to see another side of him as well. Some of my questions from book one were answered, but that isn't to say new questions weren't presented. A whole truck load of them really. My biggest one revolved around why Lexi is the only clone of her kind. I'm trying to be elusive here for those of you that haven't read this one yet. There are multiple places in my notes where I asked why there weren't 50 little Lexi's running around. I get that she was special, but why not make a bunch of special Lexi's? This book was so suspenseful and I found myself sucked right into the action with them. I love a good action filled book. The plot is multifaceted and it can get confusing, but I also can't watch movies that have like more than six main characters so it very well could have been me. I am really liking the Mindspeak series so far. Their plans are definitely haphazard and ill planned, but I can't wait for the third book to publish October 1st so I can see the conclusion in Mindsurge. The series is a young adult read, but it isn't full of all those young adult sweet outcomes like some.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you only read what's free, you'll miss out on a book that stands on the breakout series beginning with Mindspeak. Mindseige is what follows when you can Mindspeak. Now, go figure out what that is.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent 2nd in the series. Heather Sunseri is one of those authors I enjoy. Great plot with twists galore. Characters are well developed
BaronessBookTrove More than 1 year ago
Heather Sunseri is an author that I am starting to like very much. She is a good author and this book is a lot better than the first one. We learn a whole lot more in this book than we did in the second one. I still feels bad for Lexi who lost her father in the first book since all she has left is her grandmother and mother left. The grandmother who barely remembers her and a mother that is basically nonexistent ever since she left them when she was young. Especially after the mother find out what her daughter actually is. We actually found out a lot more about all of the clones that Lexi's father helped created when they were younger. In this one the ending was a good one even if I really want to know what happens but I have way too many books to read right now to read Mindsurge. To read more book reviews like this one please go to my book review blog site @ baronessbooktrove. Thanks so much! You won't regret it!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book.
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Love this series! Cannot wait for book three!