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Still haunted by her last encounter with Wolfe and searching for her mother, Sienna Nealon must put aside her personal struggles when a new threat emerges – Aleksandr Gavrikov, a metahuman so powerful, he could destroy entire cities – and he's focused on bringing the Directorate to its knees.


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13 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Dystopian supernatural story with an interesting twist on succubi.. 3 septembre 2012
Par Cheryl M-M - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is the second book in the Girl in a Box series. It is an urban supernatural with a flair of dystopian fantasy. Crane doesn't disappoint with yet another fine example of his creative imagination.
The main character Sienna has finally figured out what her main meta power is, she is one of very few succubi. Crane hasn't used the word succubus in the same sense as the usual comtemporary paranormal/supernatural books. Sienna 'takes in' the people she overpowers and then by definition they become part of her.
This of course leaves the door open to a very interesting psychological dilemma and sub-plot. If the people she absorbs become part of her personality then that begs the question, who is making the decisions? Are her actions based on her own choices or influenced by the ones within. Fascinating concept, which is delivered in an amusing and realistic way.
The internal dialogue becomes part of her expectations, despite who the person within her is, we find Sienna actually looking for the connection when it goes silent.
The main plot follows a meta, who has gone beyond the point of redemption.
The main character feels sympathetic towards the plight of the troubled meta and of course this is the opposite of what is expected of her in the group she has accidentally aligned herself with. Again she is at war with her internal conflicts and supposed external obligations.
I am going to have to stop myself there, because as you can obviously tell, I liked the book so much I want to discuss it..a lot. So no more borderline spoilers.
I highly recommend giving the series a go, starting with Alone: The Girl in the Box, Book 1. I received a free book for my review.
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The first book made me want more... 20 janvier 2013
Par S. K. Levine - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Alone book 1, was recommended to me by a student.... I enjoyed reading it, good character development, didn't want it to end, glad I bought the second installment of the series. Good book, very 17 year old mentality, interesting perspective. I find the development of the story to be interesting and the book endings are definitely cliff hangers.... that is one of the biggest differences between reading a Kindle book vs. a real book, you don't know when the end is coming..... interesting, well it seems to work with this series, can't wait to read the next one!
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Another great one! 5 janvier 2013
Par Leigh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
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*May contain minor spoilers for Alone (#1)*

Untouched is the second book in The Girl in the Box series. I am a huge fan of this author, and every Girl in the Box story just makes me love him more. Once again the story is told from Sienna's point of view. I love Sienna! She is such a smart-ass, and I love her attitude. I also enjoy getting to see inside her head. She's so tough on the outside and refuses to show any weakness. But inside her head you see her worries and insecurities. She still hasn't decided who she can trust or who has ulterior motives. Honestly, I'm still not sure who she can trust! There are still a lot of unanswered questions and I just know we are going to see some major twists and turns in this series.

In Untouched, Sienna is working on adjusting to her new meta powers. She has discovered that she is a succubus, a meta that has the ability to suck the life out of someone with only a touch. Unfortunately, there are some negative side effects. I don't want to spoil anything for you, but I'll just say that suddenly things have gotten very complicated for Sienna. We also get to meet lots of new characters in Untouched, including the M-Squad, super powerful metas that work for the Directorate. We are also introduced to Dr. Zollers, a psychiatrist for the Agency. I love that he manages to get Sienna to open up about her past. He seems totally genuine in his acceptance of her, and it seems to help her fit in in her new world. I think maybe she could learn to trust him.

In Untouched, Sienna is still looking for her mom, meanwhile she's being pursued by a whole new set of dangers. This time she's playing with fire. Crane has filled Untouched with action packed fighting scenes, drama and adventure. We're getting bits and pieces of the big story while filling in the blanks with one disaster after another. There is also a little romance added to the mix, which brings a bit of quiet to the major action and drama. I'm not sure where this is going, but I'm looking forward to finding out.

I am thoroughly enjoying this series. Crane has an amazing storytelling ability, and this series can only get better from here.
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Great sequel 19 novembre 2012
Par shorty53171 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Excellent read. Was very drawn in and couldn't put it down! Sienna is very intriguing and you feel her anguish at being different
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An Expanding View 10 mars 2014
Par BirdieTracy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This segment of the story continues Sienna's introduction into a vastly wider world. One of the major struggles for her is obviously going to be dealing with her "gift" and how hard it is to finally be released from the captivity of her home only to find that she is even more limited. She must find a way to come to terms with the fact that she will never be the girl in the red dress out on a date, holding hands with a boyfriend. Touching is death and she will be forever on the outside looking in.

There is more pressure put on her in this book. Pressure to join the Directorate, to follow directions, to think before acting. In the midst of all this she is trying to deal with the guilt of people having died because of her actions, as well as the actions of Wolfe, who has taken up residence in her head.

There are still people who are looking to snatch her up, and they are brutal. When you heal from wounds that would kill normal humans then the fighting takes on a whole new dimension. I still think this author is amazingly good at constructing fight and action scenes.

The story moves at a quick pace and, like the first book, left me wanting more.
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