Friday, May 23, 2014

Archon by Lana Krumweide

At the end of Freakling Taemon made the decision to have all PSI removed from his community.  Now the people are unhappily learning how to use their hands again.  Feeling responsible for their fate and knowing that there is still danger from the Republik, Taemon sets off across the mountain to see what he can learn.  He discovers a society different from what he expected that is a greater threat than he imagined.  Taemon has to try to stop the impending war but using his PSI comes at a huge price.  This sequel was much less engaging than the first book.  I couldn't get invested in the new character and I was frustrated at Taemon's lack of decisiveness about his powers.