The challenges Selah faces are only mounting as she attempts to finish the Third Protocol. All clues are pointing to the West, but can she gets there before she fractures? And what new dangers are beyond the mountains?
The clock is ticking and Selah’s abilities are growing–along with the list of those out for her blood. Selah must find the strength to keep going and complete the mission for which so many have sacrificed so much.
But have she and her companions pinned their hopes on nothing more than a legend?
About the book and author:
Bonnie S. Calhoun loves to write, but it doesn’t make her happy unless there are the three Bs: body count, blood, and blowing things up. She also has mad skills at coding HTML and website design. Bonnie lives in a log cabin in the woods with fifteen acres and a pond full of bass. But she’d rather buy fish, ready to eat and under plastic, at the grocery store. She shares her domain with a husband, a dog, and two cats, all of whom think she is waitstaff.
Action filled story with fun characters and interesting problems. A good cloudy day book.
Where to buy:
Publisher | Amazon | Barnes and Noble | CBD
What I liked:
Selah’s name: Selah. Like, pronounce that name. Listen to how cool it is. Selah… ahhhh. *smiles* I love that name. And the name Rylla. *sighs happily* Ooooh I love Bonnie’s choices of names.
Rylla and Dane… I love the two of them. I love the way they are just little parts of the story but add so much.
I like the different cities they visited and the different cultures they each had. I loved the fact that it was in the States. I liked the story line. I liked the conflict… I liked it all. 😀
What I didn’t like:
Pasha… Pasha just seemed… I don’t know. Being mother to Selah, you’d think that she would be a little less… childish and immature? And that somehow, since Selah is the star of the show… she acts and behaves wiser than the other people in this book.
Who I would recommend this to:
People who like fast paced dystopian reads. But make sure that you read it chronologically.
*I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The opinions expressed here are my own.*