Generation 18: Spook Squad 2 – Keri Arthur

Posted: January 5, 2013 in paranormal, Review

This time Sam is tracking a killer who is focusing on people connected to a military project, a project that seems to have knowledge of her background. People with answers to questions of her past are showing up and either dying or refusing to talk. Added to that is the appearance of an ‘imaginary friend’ she only sees when asleep and the emergence of her psychic talents. Plus the attempts on her life are on-going while the tall, dark, and handsome guy is ignoring her.

This was another fun read with more action, adventure and the government conspiracy getting bigger and scarier as more of it is exposed. I’m looking forward to the next book in the series so I can find out what happens next!


Supplied for Hatchette New Zealand

Reviewed by Jan


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