SciFi Book Review: Deceptive

Deceptive by Emily Lloyd-Jones

Synopsis:
You don’t belong with us.

These are the words that echo through the minds of all immune Americans-those suffering the so-called adverse effects of an experimental vaccine, including perfect recall, telepathy, precognition, levitation, mind control, and the ability to change one’s appearance at will.

When great numbers of immune individuals begin to disappear, fear and tension mount, and unrest begins to brew across the country. Through separate channels, superpowered teenagers Ciere, Daniel, and Devon find themselves on the case: super criminals and government agents working side by side. It’s an effort that will ultimately define them all, for better or for worse.

Review:
Ciere and Alan have been working together for one of the syndicates, and suddenly targeted, even as they hunt for a murderer as well. Meanwhile, Daniel is hunting a woman who has been kidnapping immunes.

Deceptive is the second installment in the Illusive series. As before, there is plenty of fast-paced adventure, suspense, mystery, super-powered abilities, and a bit of romance. The plot of this sequel is quite a bit more complex with many more characters to keep track of. I found myself getting a few characters mixed up, a couple times along the way, but mostly because of similar names. The most interesting characters are the most developed – Ciere and Devon, who find out about each other’s current predicament in an fun twist. And the excitement doesn’t let up, making it nearly impossible to put down. I look forward to the next in this fun and unpredictable series.

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