Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Insurrection by Truth Devour (Soliloquy's Labyrinth, #2)

Insurrection
by Truth Devour

My rating: 4 stars

Series: Soliloquy's Labyrinth - Book 2
Publication Date: April 9, 2016
Publisher: Truth Devour
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Print Length: 208 pages
Available from: Amazon

 
Driven by greed their need to manipulate has quickly become my greatest advantage. We were pawns in the silent wars until we started breaking the rules we never realized we had been following. The interferon's puppet mastery is permanently disrupted by our awakening to the truth. No longer able to reach the masses without risk of discovery and resulting consequences to bear, they reluctantly dance the steps to my rhythm of influence now. Let them learn their lesson and learn it well. Control is the ultimate illusion.

 
Insurrection by Truth Devour
(Soliloquy's Labyrinth, #2)

Insurrection - Book 2 - Soliloquy's Labyrinth SeriesControl, greed, the quest for power, can the tables be turned and used as a weapon on the very people who wield it? Step out of your reading comfort zone and take a taste of the writing talent that is Truth Devour. Insurrection is the follow up to Illuminarium and Ms. Devour doesn’t leave her readers hanging, she gives a little history to refresh the mind and prepare for the turmoil ahead.

Harper is back and she continues to see more than what others see, she is planning, using the past to affect the future and bring change. She is gathering the evidence with the aid of others. She is determined to shed light on the lies and manipulations, but will the people awaken to when they discover the truth? How far-fetched is this dark tale from a future reality? What makes Harper so special that she refuses to drink the Koolaid of propaganda and secret drug trial manipulations? How can she expose the monster that has been unleashed without getting those she cares about killed??

Looking for a tale that makes you stand back and really think? Want to feel the grit of darkness through secrets? Definitely read-worthy, definitely not a cookie cutter series. Edgy, dark and ominous at times, its draw will be hard to resist.

I received this copy from Truth Devour in exchange for my honest review.

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