Free Souls by Susan Kaye Quinn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
This is the final installment in the Mindjack Trilogy that has taken me on a wild rollercoaster ride. Kira and the rest of the "jackers" have their final showdown, resulting in a world that no one could have predicted.
Kira is still somewhat of a mess. She's with the JFA but she still grieves for her lost "normal" life with Raf and her family. Her focus has shifted dangerously to obsession, especially when it comes to Kestrel. She is also in pretty big denial about Julian's feelings for her (and her feelings for him). They are all planning to get to the "tipping point" of their revolution through Vellus, the evil senator who has been trying to discredit the JFA since Kira's first appearance.
When they try to pen all the jackers in with the National Guard, it's clear that now is the time to act. Kira ends up thrown into some very Kira-like messes along the way, but the gang does end up reaching their "tipping point" moment. There's tough decisions to be made, real feelings to confront, and her family (both blood and otherwise) for Kira to protect. This book ends in such a wonderfully surprising and satisfying way that I had to give it a solid 5 stars. I would gladly re-read this book to get to the end all over again.
This book so well written that I didn't even notice that I was reading a genre that I typically avoid - futuristic sci-fi. They are simply wonderful characters put through extraordinary circumstances and I couldn't wait to get more of their story. I'm sad to see this trilogy come to an end, but I hope that there's more to come from this author that I can add to my "to-read" shelf.
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