- Less Than Three Press LLC
- Release Date
- June 2014
- Book 2 of Psionic Frequency
LGBTQ, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic
After surviving alone on Noise for years, Bastian and Theo are exhilarated and terrified by the thriving chaos of Central. Even in the middle of civilization, they stand apart, bound together by their years of isolation. Central is their chance to change that and find the ordinary lives they never knew on Noise. Long, lonely days struggling to survive are firmly in their past.
But the present proves to hold conflicts of its own, and if Bastian and Theo hope to survive to enjoy their new lives, they may have to return to the hard lessons of their nightmarish past ...
NOTE: This story contains incest
Book Review by Breann (reviewer)
Oct 30, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
105 people found the following review helpful
A great sequel that left me wanting even more!
KLAXON AT THE CORE had a different feel than the first book, which was about Bastian and Theo's survival on Noise and then their rescue. They're now rescued and have to learn how to live in society. They have to deal with politics and major power struggles. Everybody wants a piece of them and they don't know who to trust.
Not only that, but the Armors are still at large and at war against humanity. The military wants these boys on their side fighting against them. But Bastian and Theo just returned safely from a planet that was swarming with them.
I just adore Bastian and Theo. They have such a great bond. The author writes their characters flawlessly. I felt like I knew them and they never strayed from who they were. Their relationship was very real. They had their struggles and disagreements, just like any couple would. But even through their fighting, they became stronger together.
There was much more politicking in this sequel. Someone was trying to get at them and no matter where they stayed, it wasn't safe. Luckily, they are powerful enough to protect themselves. Holy heck, are they powerful. Which only added to the people who wanted them dead.
I really liked watching them realize their potential. They were so cocky and really helped put into perspective just how young they are. It was easy to forget their age because of all they have to endure, but then their attitude surfaced and I was reminded.
I was a little disappointed that there wasn't much action. There was so much talking and strategizing. I wanted aliens and action! Which I finally got in the end. The end was awesome. Totally awesome. I wanted more of that. There were lulls in the middle and I was bored with all the talking. Again, the end made up for it, since it was awesome.
I am definitely hoping there is more to come in this series. Bastian and Theo are just too great to not want more of them.
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