“It is the way of evolution,” Elias says, his words getting lost in the roar of the wind. “Two species of human cannot coexist. To believe so is to be naïve.” -OuterSphere
In book two of the Rayne Trilogy, Rayne discovers everything she knew about the world and the Ancients is a lie.
The master eagle carries her to an invisible surface in the sky, an illusion concealing a towering wall of stone. On the other side is the outersphere. The poisoned air in this land of destruction and decay makes her desperate to leave, but a distant shot from below forces her captive in a world that shouldn’t exist.
After witnessing a thing called murder, she encounters a species supposed to be extinct. It is in this scorched, desert world, void of the sun and rain, where she learns the source of her abilities and the malevolent purpose behind them.
It is also in the outersphere where she is forced to abandon everything she believes in, for the sake of survival. Refusing means the death of innocent life, and it is a choice she never dreamed she would ever have to make.
I loved both books,the vivid characters, the riveting plot, the action packed scenes, the romance, the anticipations..
.. Well I can go on and on about this author. She is so talented and I just am waiting with abated breath for Insurrection to stay with beautiful Rayne through the end. Bravo to a fabulous, adventurous read.