Friday, May 8, 2015

Lilith by Mike Wells (Wild Child, #2)

by Mike Wells

My rating: 5 stars

Series: Wild Child - Book 2
Publication Date: January 18, 2014
For Readers of Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Ian Banks, J.K. Rowling, Richard Matheson, Peter Straub Publishing Company
Genre: YA Sci-Fi Conspiracy Thriller
Print Length: 139 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

 Lilith takes up where the first story left off. Join Kyle, Briana, Brawn and Brains for another hair-raising adventure with the "green water." Several new, intriguing characters are introduced. Written in the same lean, fast-paced style as the original, this sequel will keep you breathlessly turning the pages, wondering what will happen next.

Lilith by Mike Wells

Lilith (Wild Child, #2)Mike Wells hits the ground running as Lilith takes the baton as book two in the Wild Child series a she picks up the tale of two teens who have gotten caught up in something darker and more devious than they could have imagined. Has Kyle really abandoned Bri in the depths of the underwater cave? Will the glowing green water prove too dangerous to handle or will it, once again, save a life? The Feds have gone in under a simple disguise in an effort to ferret out these two teens, who were presume dead, but is there an even more deadly foe hiding in plain sight? Will Brianna’s strong willed refusal to respect the cautious warnings from Kyle only put both kids in the crosshairs, once again? There is something going on, something dark, secret and it smells of conspiracy. Who can be trusted?

With the ability to think outside of the box, Kyle has slipped the clutches of the Feds, but Bri is in trouble and Kyle has nowhere left to turn.

Lilith is a dark journey run on fast forward as Mike Wells fuels the flames of interest with each passing page. Is the end coming for both Bri and Kyle? Mike Wells knows how to create an atmosphere of danger, fear and intrigue as he weaves a tale of survival, discovery and fear, all because one girl is a wild child who can’t say no to an adventure, or was she chosen by some twist of fate? Who is Lilith, a Federal agent or is she something else? Mr. Wells writes with a strong hand, filled with the magic of youth, mystery and imagination and a gift for endings with new questions that have readers craving more!

I received this copy from Mike Wells in exchange for my honest review.

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