Series: Redzone #1
Publisher: Samhain Publishing on May 19, 2015
Genres: New Adult, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Pages: Novel Length
Source: Blog Tour
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What the mind forgets, the heart remembers.
Alone in a train station bathroom, Sophia Hernandez has no memory of who she is or how she got there. All she’s certain of are three things: her college ID is a lie, bad people are coming for her, and no one can be trusted.
The only clue to her past is the fellow student who finds her. Although Sophia’s gut tells her Kyle is lying when he claims he can’t help her, his touch makes her heart race. Is it because of a red-hot natural attraction, or a missing memory of something far more dangerous?
As two mysterious, menacing men chase them from the station, Sophia’s memories return in frustrating fragments. So do deadly skills she didn’t know she had. In the next forty-eight hours, a loved one’s life will be on the line as she sifts through a mounting tangle of secrets and lies.
Including the most heart-wrenching secret of all. Not only isn’t she a normal college student, she isn’t even a normal human.
Warning: Contains one girl who is more than she seems, one boy who knows more than he’s telling, and enough twists to give you whiplash. Expect explosions of all kinds.
At A Glance
A great combo of suspense and action.
I think I needed that. I needed my blood pumping and brain tingling from all the conspiracy goodness.
We don’t know who Sophia is for sure, and neither does she. We are in the dark together. We get to discover everything as she does, and it’s one twisted tale.
Expect a lot of twists and turns. Sophia’s narration made this a fun read from beginning to end. There was never a dull moment. And each character made the story that much more interesting. Kyle, with his sweet, caring demeanor but obvious secrets. Fitzpatrick, and her extreme bitchiness on all levels. Sophia’s friends were all pretty amazing too.
I am so happy I got a chance to read Revive. It covered a lot of genres from suspense, thriller, and sci-fi. We also get an assassin vibe with a hint of government corruption.
I wish there was more chase scenes. I feel like they ended too soon, and they were the best part!
The jumping back and forth between past and present got on my nerves. It made sense for the story but I can’t help how I felt.
There is a bit of a love-triangle, but it didn’t bother me. This wasn’t about the romance, which was good. But it was there to keep things interesting.
Mostly kissing and stuff, fine for NA or YA.
Just a few complaints but overall, an amazing read. I really enjoyed myself the whole time. Very recommended.
“A good spy is constantly observing. They know their surroundings. Your surroundings are your camouflage and your arsenal.”
It’s a woman’s voice I hear in my head, but not the same one as before. That voice was young and makes me feel happy. This voice is deep and harsh. It makes my muscles tense. I don’t know who the speaker is, but the advice sounds like something I’ve heard a million times.
Well, four hundred and seventy-one times to be specific. Whatever. How do I know that?
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