Facing the Mirror (Guardians of the Pattern, Book 0)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When undercover agent Cameron Asada meets Miko, a psychic slave kept by the drug lord Cameron is investigating, he starts to question his mission priorities. The choice is clear: complete the mission or help Miko. Neither option is easy, but only one will allow Cameron to face himself in the mirror. More
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About Jaye McKenna

Jaye McKenna was born a Brit and was dragged, kicking and screaming, across the Pond at an age when such vehement protest was doomed to be misinterpreted as a paddy. She grew up near a sumac forest in Minnesota and spent most of her teen years torturing her parents with her electric guitar and her dark poetry. She was punk before it was cool and a grown-up long before she was ready. Jaye writes fantasy and science fiction stories about hot guys who have the hots for each other. She enjoys making them work darn hard for their happy endings, which might explain why she never gets invited to their parties.

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About the Series: Guardians of the Pattern
Guardians of the Pattern is a science fiction series in which the line between science and magic blurs. In the galaxy-spanning Federation, psions are still fighting for basic human rights. Some worlds adopt a live-and-let-live policy, but on others, psions are hunted down and murdered because the public fears their psychic talents. When ancient weapons of mass destruction are unearthed on a planet populated by primitive nomads who still believe in magic, psions may be the Federation's only hope for survival.

Can the people of these two very different cultures come together to prevent disaster? Or will the Federation's hunger for power trigger a psionic chain-reaction that has the potential to threaten all of humanity?

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Reviews of Facing the Mirror (Guardians of the Pattern, Book 0) by Jaye McKenna

Unicorn Productions Books reviewed on Nov. 13, 2019

short and disturbing view inside a new universe. I should probably check the rest!
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Bookwatcher reviewed on Aug. 6, 2014

I just finish this book and I can't get out from my mouth a very bitter taste of sorrow and disgust... No, not because of the book itself, it's a 5 stars... It's because of the theme, and the plot.

Cameron Asada, undercover agent fighting against drug lords, or Cameron Verga, important tool, worker of the most feared drug lord?
That's the protagonist... Who he is facing in the mirror? After 4 years doing the most illegal works how can the man the different from the beast? The beast that enter in men minds, find their most hidden secrets... All done to help a drug lord to be stronger. What can make Verga, the beast, be Asada the man again?

Don't read it if you have low tolerance to darkness and noncon scenes. It's not a romance, it's not a sweet story... It's dark, cruel... Magnificent. I loved it, and even now, after I finish it, I'm still thinking about them. The protagonist and some secondary characters I can named (I refuse to spoil anything about the story)... And I believe I will keep thinking for a while.

5 stars
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