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Author: Vaun Murphrey
Publisher: Artemis Femme
Publication Date: 12/08/2014
Synopsis from Goodreads: Homecomings usually involve burgers, fries and apple pies but that’s not on the menu for Cassandra and Silver. They’re launched into assassination attempts, bar brawls, and relationship drama just in the first 24 hours. Can they protect everyone they love from all comers before it explodes in their face? Find out in VECTOR, Book Three of the Weaver Series.
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Vector is the third installment of the Weaver Series. I won’t say it’s the best installment, since there is another book released that I haven’t read and there may be more books to come in the series, but so far, I’d say it ranks right up there. Vaun Murphrey sure knows how to put together a great story.
We’re back on Earth for this book and I’ve noted an interesting thing – in books 1 & 3, the story is told from Cass’ point of view, while book 2 is told from Silver’s point of view. It will be interesting to see if book 4 is in Silver’s point of view again. We also get to see some old familiar faces as well as new friends in Vector, which made me happy and should make other readers happy as well. Plus we get to see some really cool new abilities from some surprising characters.
I have to say, if you’ve read the first two books, Chimera and Changeling, you’ll probably want to grab a box of tissues for Vector – I know I certainly needed them! I was infuriated and sad at the same time – but of course, things worked out fine in the end. Well – as fine as they could I suppose. 😉
Another five star read from Vaun Murphrey – you just can’t beat a great book by a great author!
I received a copy of this book free from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are 100% my own.