Top critical review
3.0 out of 5 starsPretty good for a new author's 2nd book.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on April 12, 2020
Not bad for the second book of a new author.
This is also the 2nd book of her series: Archangel Project.
Too bad it's not really a stand-alone story, and relies on you reading her first book.
She never actually says what the Archangel Project is, or who was behind it, or why it was called the Archangel Project. But she gives enough information that you can figure out the first two questions.
Though not the third, nor why it (the Archangel Project) would be mentioned, in the middle of what was basically an encrypted conversation, in unencrypted Basic. There for everyone and their great-great-great-something-aunts to overhear.
Things that were heavily hinted at in book one are spelled out in book two.
I think that Noa could have been more confused and angsty, letting the truth blindside her a little harder.
Not bad writing, but depends too much on the previous and next books to answer questions.
Do not avoid this book.