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Erased [Format Kindle]

Jennifer Rush
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Revue de presse

"Within minutes, this medical-engineering thriller will have readers glued to their seats....Riveting."
Kirkus Reviews on Altered

"Action-packed...[Anna's] interactions with the boys...keep the story moving quickly, along with a steady unfolding of revelations and events."―Publishers Weekly on Altered

"A rapid-fire thriller....Fans of the Hunger Games and Maze Runner series seeking more dystopian titles would likely enjoy this new adventure."―Booklist on Altered

"Heart-racing action complete with identity twists, mystery, and romance born from the core of the story make this unputdownable."―Lissa Price, international bestselling author of Starters on Altered

"A thrill ride full of twists, secrets, and betrayals. I loved it. More, please!"―Kim Harrington, author of The Dead and Buried on Altered

Présentation de l'éditeur

They thought they had escaped. They were wrong.

After fleeing the Branch with Sam, Cas, and Nick, Anna is learning how to survive in hiding, following Sam's rules: Don't draw attention to yourself. Always carry a weapon. Know your surroundings. Watch your back.

When memories from Anna's old life begin to resurface--and a figure from her childhood reappears--Anna's loyalties are tested. Is it a Branch set-up, or could it be the reunion Anna has hoped for? Ultimately, the answers hinge on one question: What was the real reason her memories were erased in the first place?

Jennifer Rush delivers a thrilling sequel to Altered in a novel packed with mysteries, lies, and surprises that are sure to keep readers guessing until the last page is turned.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1213 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 297 pages
  • Editeur : Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (7 janvier 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Not original but well executed 6 février 2014
Par Bernie
After his wife dies, ex-CIA agent Ben Logan (Aaron Eckhart) and his estranged daughter (Liana Liberato) settle down to a rocky life. Then one day the company that Bin works for just disappears, along with all the employees. Soon Ben finds that he is also supposed to disappear and his daughter too.

As usual now Ben and Amy must learn to trust each other is they are to survive long enough for us to find out who is the cabal behind the dastardly deed.

There is lots of fun following the twists and turns of the story. Naturally several times Amy does not stay in the car and hinders Ben's progress. Ben has a nasty habit of dispatching people before getting answers. The plot thickens.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Potential Love Triangle was a REAL MISSED OPPORTUNITY 7 janvier 2014
Par The Book Runner - Publié sur Amazon.com
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You have got to read Altered first if you want to have a clue what is going on in this story. It is another great story full of exciting action, friendship and not being able to trust anyone. The romance between Anna and Sam was too paltry, just like in Altered and I, personally, hope Jennifer Rush is able to spice it up a little in the next installment. The book description suggests a love triangle, which really could have been explored, but, sadly was not. A real missed opportunity in my opinion.

Sam, Nick, Cas and Anna have been in a safe house for the last two months recovering from Trev's betrayal and the shootout that transpired at the Branch. Anna and Sam are now pretty much a couple but the romance is on the "G" rating and really could use a boost! Nick is still scowling and hurting as he remembers more of his own past, but won't share it with Anna and continues to act like a jerk. Cas plays a comedic if very minor part in this story.

Security footage at their local grocer shows someone looking for Anna and being kidnapped by Riley. Anna is determined to come to the rescue and enlist the help of Trev who left them an emergency number along with the files he gave them. He is able to tell them which farm house to search, but they are ambushed and barely get out with their lives. They rescue three boys and the person who had been looking for Anna, but the boys they rescued turn on them and they believe the Branch has come up with a way to activate the assassins from a distance. This makes Sam believe that the best way to protect Anna is to separate. Anna and Nick are supposed to go hide, but Anna wants to find her uncle and see what he knows about the night her parents were murdered.

At a very early point the reader knows who the betrayer is and wants Anna to just wake up before people she loves gets hurt, but instead she is lied to and more memories about her and Nick come back to her and even more about her sister Dani. Anna is confused and wants to trust her boys, but family gets in the way.

It is a good thing that there is more to come in the Altered Series as more mysteries about The Branch are revealed but not enough to make any sense. Jennifer Rush's says, "As of right now, my 3rd YA will be told from the point of view of seventeen-year-old Callie who had a run-in with Nick before the farmhouse lab. She remembers him, but his memories of her are still murky. I can also tell you that Nick will definitely be the love interest of this story. So there will be more shirtless Nick scenes, and some kissing too." (from Jennifer Rush's website).

This is apparently the end to Anna's story The action and the writing is very similar to the first one, so if you liked it, you will like this one too. I thought there could be more romance and discovery of why they had all been mind-swiped, but maybe in book 3.

There is a novella called Forged that shares Dani and Sam's romance. Personally I would have liked a novella about Sam and Anna's romance as it was too bland in the book. I don't want to see him being more romantic to her sister or kissing her as he hardly kissed Anna and was supposedly in love with her. Why is that authors keep writing novellas about characters that were supposed to be dead? Veronica Rossi did it with Liv and Sara J. Maas did it with Sam in her Throne of Glass series. Too sad.

There was two kisses and a suggestion of sexual activity.

Would I/Did I buy it? Yes
Would I read it again? Maybe
Would I recommend it to friends? Sure, for fans of book 1
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Review for Erased by Jennifer Rush 7 janvier 2014
Par Alyssa - Publié sur Amazon.com
***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***

Erased by Jennifer Rush
Book Two of the Altered series
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: January 7, 2014
Rating: 4 stars
Source: ARC borrowed from a friend

Summary (from Goodreads):

They thought they had escaped. They were wrong.

After fleeing the Branch with Sam, Cas, and Nick, Anna is trying to make sense of the memories resurfacing from her old life. At the same time, she's learning how to survive in hiding, following Sam's rules: Don't draw attention to yourself. Always carry a weapon. Know your surroundings. Watch your back.

Then a figure from Anna's childhood reappears. Is it a Branch setup, or could it be the reunion Anna has hoped for? Uncertain of where her loyalties lie, Anna must fight to learn the truth -- before she is betrayed again. Ultimately, the answers hinge on one question: What was the real reason her memories were erased?

Jennifer Rush delivers a thrilling sequel to Altered in a novel packed with mysteries, lies, and surprises that are sure to keep readers guessing until the last page is turned.

What I Liked:

Oh, how I waited for you, Erased. It's been a very long time since I read Altered. I think it was the first book I read this year - it's fitting that Erased will be one of my last books read for 2013 (#167 of about 180 books projected). What an amazing series! One of the best things about these books is that while I really remember Altered (I re-read that book so many times), I jumped right into Erased, without having to re-read Altered.

I'll freely admit that I loved the first book more than this book. Altered was SO AMAZING. It's definitely going on my top ten of 2013 at the end of the year. This book (Erased), to me, wasn't as awesome as its predecessor - but I'm not saying it was awful or anything. This book is fabulous! An awesome sequel to one of my favorite series. And a thriller, at that! I don't read too many thrillers, unfortunately.

A few months have passed, between book one and book two (I believe it is two months... I hope I'm not completely off). Anna is now struggling with flashbacks, just like Nick and Sam had been. She remembers bits and pieces of her old life, with her sister, and sometimes the boys. But her flashbacks are often painful... indicating that something terrible happened in her past, something that the Altered program really did not want her to remember.

The plot of this book follows Anna and her flashbacks. Two people from Anna's past reenter her life, and one key person from the program shows up as well. Things are not as they seem, with the program, the flashbacks, the people from Anna's past. Trust no one seems to be the general mantra...

I feel like not as much happened in this book, like in Altered. However, the plot was very interesting, and I felt engaged in the story. I wanted to know what Anna was remembering. I wanted to know what was up with the Altered program. I wanted to know more about Nick. It's kind of awesome how Rush is making Nick more and more of a primary character in this series - and I believe the third book in this series is in Nick point-of-view. I'm not one hundred percent sure though.

The romance in this book is present, but not as much as it was in book one. Book one didn't have much romance in it either - meaning, Rush didn't make it the forefront of the novel. I like this though. But in this novel, the romance is present even less. There is a distance between Sam and Anna, but we know why, as the story goes on. I liked the romance in this book, but there aren't many swoony scenes in this book.

Overall, I really enjoyed this book! It's definitely a great sequel - probably one of my favorites. I would make this one a priority, if you liked Altered. I LOVED Altered, and I'm glad I got the chance to read Erased. But hey - it is totally worth the wait!

What I Did Not Like:

I can't really pinpoint what exactly I did not like about this book. I think it's because this book is on the short side, and while a good amount of action happens, it feels like there wasn't much to it. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the story and the plot. But I feel like less happens in this book than in book one.

Also, Dani. Shaking my head right now. You are silly, Anna.

Would I Recommend It:

DEFINITELY! I loved Altered, and I think Rush does book one justice with Erased. Book one was better in my opinion, but book two is so great. If you read and liked/loved book one, and then you will definitely enjoy book two. And then you'll be joining me in begging for book three. Yes - begging!


4.5 stars -> rounded down to 4 stars. A really great sequel to this series! I cannot wait to read the third book.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Unnecessary sequel 31 mars 2014
Par Tez Miller - Publié sur Amazon.com
I went into the first book (ALTERED) expecting science fiction, and instead got a thriller. It didn't need a sequel, yet it has one (ERASED). And having read that second novel, it doesn't need a sequel, yet it has one (REBORN will be published in early-January 2015). And there's a novella (FORGED), but that hasn't sold Australian rights, so I can't buy and read it - which means I'm relying on YOU to tell me the spoilers.

We need to talk about this series' covers. (The U.S. covers, I mean - non-English-language covers aren't my concern.) Because the main male characters have been genetically altered, they're aging slower, so I don't actually know how old any of them are. But this is marketed as young adult, which likely means the characters are teenagers. And shirtless teenagers make me feel uncomfortable. No, I'm not attracted to them, but I'm afraid other, older-than-teenage readers might be, and that's creepy. Please don't perv on teenagers, y'all.

The good news is that the American covers have been altered (hee-hee...SHUT UP, TEZ; PUNS AREN'T FUNNY!) so there's some colour pattern covering up the teenage man-titty. Except for FORGED's cover, but that's a novella, and thus may not strictly be part of the canon. But the full-length novel covers have censored the teenage man-titty, and I applaud the publisher (Little, Brown) for making this wise move.

And now onto ERASED's story. It starts so slowly that I thought it wouldn't be a thriller after all. (More like a suspense - building up to something, but nothing of note thus far.) So without plot, we're stuck with character...and Anna is annoying. She slut-shames Nick (and don't give me that faff about only women being slut-shamed - slut-shaming ANYONE is not okay!). She sees the only other female character as a love-rival. (Well, this other female used to date Anna's boyfriend, but shouldn't Anna be more concerned about her boyfriend, rather than just blaming the female for maybe wanting to get with her guy? He has freewill, and he chooses to follow the Compass of Wang.)

The more you think about thrillers, they make less sense. The law-breaking going on here is just appalling: The characters kill SO MANY PEOPLE. They SHOOT or knock them unconscious (even if they don't die). They UNDRESS unconscious people. They trespass/break into people's homes/cabins, and temporarily LIVE IN THEM. They steal SO MANY CARS. They have SO MANY WEAPONS (likely stolen), including LOTS OF GUNS. And that doesn't include all the money they mysteriously have. Being on the run is expensive, y'all: groceries, prepaid phones, diner meals, coffees, and all the fuel for their FREQUENT, LONG CAR JOURNEYS. These characters don't work, and thus don't get paid, and yet never seem to be short on funds. Where are they getting all that cash?! Likely stolen, because these characters seem to lack ethics - they claim to feel guilty about killing people, but then go on to kill even more people.

So what non-spoiler things happen in ERASED? People that were thought to be dead aren't actually dead. Characters have flashbacks, and keep secrets from each other about what the flashbacks mean. We learn who created the Branch. There are sleeper agents with trigger phrases that are a lot shorter than, "Gosh, that Italian family at the next table sure is quiet."
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Swoon-Worthy Ending To Sam & Anna's Story 7 janvier 2014
Par Step Into Fiction - Publié sur Amazon.com
If you have NOT read Altered, please read with caution. There are some spoilers that were unavoidable. Proceed with caution . . .

Not matter what, Trev is and will always be my favorite character from these books. No matter how he betrayed them in Altered, I can't let that stop me. He's so likeable (loveable, actually) and he's a character that stuck in my head since I read the first book a year ago. My wish is for him to get his own book, he deserves one, right?

Nick and Cas are a close second. I may be the only one here but I'm not the biggest fan of Sam. He's boring. Compared to the other guys, he's lacking a personality. I know, not very fair of me but it's how I feel. He's just not as snarky, mysterious, humorous or anything - he's just a leader and that's that. He's a good leader, don't get me wrong and he's good for Anna but just not my favorite. Though, I did enjoy him a lot more in the first book; he still pales in comparison to the guys he was kept in the lab with.

That being said, I loved this book. In some cases more than Altered but in others, not as much. We'll start with my dislikes because it's a small list; I didn't get the same feeling of 'oh my god, this is amazing' while reading. Maybe because I know what to expect or just maybe because it wasn't as much interaction with them as a group? Which brings me to my next dislike - which shouldn't come as a surprise; not enough Trev. A minor dislike, I know, but as a die-hard Trev fan, it's a big deal (though, I understand his lack of appearances). I just miss him so much and come on, so does Anna. But with him missing, the vibe on the group of them is just off balanced.

What I loved? More Nick. He's a tough pill to swallow, at times but we learn more about his past and more importantly, his connection to Anna. It's fascinating and I wanted more. Thankfully, we'll get my wish of wanting more next year when he gets his book which I'm really excited for!

I really loved the flashbacks from Anna's past as her memories slowly start returning. It adds mystery to not only the story but the reader; it adds mystery along with tons of excitement. There's tons more action, which also adds a lot more adventure to our journey, as well. I know, you're probably wondering how there's more action when the first book was packed with it but I'm telling you, there is so much more. Hardly a dull moment in this book (unless Sam is talking...kidding, kidding...sort of...).

I'm glad these books aren't ending, even though Anna and Sam's journey has. Two books is just not enough of these characters and this world that Jennifer Rush has created. If the covers don't grab your attention then the description of these books definitely should. They don't do the book justice but they grab your attention and that's the point (plus, hot shirtless guys on covers? You can't go wrong there!).

Reviewed by Jessica @ Step Into Fiction
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Step down from Altered 8 janvier 2014
Par KVB99 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Anna and the boys are now free of the Branch, at least for now, and in hiding. The focus of this book is on Anna and the boys figuring out their past and staying out of the clutches of the Branch. While there is action, particularly at the end, this is mostly an amnesia mystery story. I found the first part of the book to be very slow and whereas there was a romantic element to Altered, there's not much of it here. Sam and Anna are together in a way an old married couple are. There was some effort to introduce romantic tension (Dani puts in an appearance, Nick softens), but nothing really comes of it. So, this book stands or falls on the basic plot of Anna piecing together her back story about her sister and her parents. It was mildly engaging, but not at all compelling. Instead of focusing on the past, it would have been better to have a plot that moved forward to a future. Finally, the action scenes were a little shallow. In this book, Anna has now morphed into a super warrior, who chalks up quite a body count before the end, coldly killing people who stand in her way right and left, all of which she seems to take in stride, as if it's just another day at the office. By the end of the book, I wasn't really interested in what happened to her next. The door is left open for another book, but if there is one, I think I'll pass.
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