Featured Review: The Subject's Aim (P.R. Castle)
About This Book:
Escaping captivity doesn't make you free Subject B and her sister, Subject A, have spent their entire lives inside a secret lab, the victims of cruel experiments by the Professor. Subject A is given the power to read minds and Subject B the ability to melt into liquid form. Together, they use their gifts to escape the lab. On the outside, the sisters take different paths to cope with their pain. Subject A uses her gift to understand human nature, but Subject B is haunted by the lab, and won't trust anyone. As Subject A tries to control the darkness within her sister, Subject B is faced with the choice to forgive the Professor or take her revenge.
*Review Contributed By Robin Mahle Staff Reviewer*
First and foremost, Aim accomplishes what any good sci-fi sets out to do. It thoroughly explores the concepts of humanity and morality in the face of scientific advancement, causing the reader to question their own values and beliefs as a result.
The characters are hard to rate because they are multifaceted but also never quite what you want them to be. More to come on this as the sequels are sure to have even more revelations.
The plot was perfection, laying just enough groundwork without getting boring, presenting twists and turns at exactly the right moments.
Overall, I recommend this book to anyone who likes to be fully immersed in a story that keeps you guessing at every turn.
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