I received this book for free from NetGalley, requested from publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Series: False Memory #2
Published by Disney-Hyperion on August 13th, 2013
Genres: Action & Adventure, Dystopian, Science Fiction, Young Adult
Source: NetGalley, requested from publisher
All Miranda wants is a normal life. She's determined to move past the horrible truth of her origin as a clone so she can enjoy time with her boyfriend, Peter, and the rest of her friends at school. But Miranda quickly learns that there's no such thing as normal - not for a girl who was raised to be a weapon. When one of her teammates turns rogue, it begins a war that puts the world in jeopardy. Now Miranda must follow her instincts - not her heart - in order to save everything she's fought so hard to keep. with the image of a terrible future seared into her mind, what will she have to sacrifice to protect the people she loves?
Dan Krokos's sequel to the tour de force False Memory is a mind-blowing thriller with high-octane action that will leave readers begging for the final book in this bold and powerful trilogy.
The five teen soldiers, Miranda, Noah, Peter, Rhys and Sequel are all in high school trying to live a normal life. But being different isn’t so easy especially when one is trying to fit in. After one of their allies have turned against them, the others are left to save their world from destruction from True Earth.
Miranda is as fierce as ever and being a clone with memories attached from a previous clone can be problematic but she happens to keep it all together. I did like the tender moments she has with Noah that showed her honest and vulnerable nature.
I found that False Sight had the same energy and fast paced writing style that I came to know and love from the first book, False Memory. I liked the action and the story line that took place that kept growing and growing until the very end. I also liked how the questions weren’t answered all at once, and the problems weren’t solved all neatly tied together in the end.