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Summary

The synthetic virus, Rejuvenation - is it really humanity’s savior or is it the hidden doorway to slavery and persecution?

Bobbie Chan has escaped the clutches of the all-encompassing Belus Corporation and she, and her comrades, are forced to seek sanctuary amongst a band of renegades - outcasts who eke out a meager existence in the barren wastelands which emerged from the Melter War.

However, Bobbie finds herself at the heart of a game plan, devised by the renegades, to bring the Belus Corporation to its knees.

This second installment of the Rejuvenation Trilogy sees old friends becoming enemies and one-time enemies becoming friends as the true, diabolical nature of the Rejuvenation virus becomes clear.

©2020 Castrum Press (P)2020 Castrum Press

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So much better than book 1

Rejuvenation Book 2 is drastically different to Book 1. I found Book 1 to be very slow and a bit of a slog to get through because it kept losing my interest and had very little action. Book 2 is totally different, it has a lot more energy, action and excitement. It definitely kept my interest throughout although it was still quite predictable in terms of the storyline. You knew when certain characters would come back from the dead, which characters would hook up or which enemies would turn allies, but I still enjoyed the book.

I was given a copy of this book for free of my own choosing and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Margaret
  • 02-04-21

Interim review Story and narration 6/5

Circumstances prevent me from doing a more in depth review right now, but I shall come back and update this as soon as I can.