The Bionics

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Blythe dreams of following in her father’s footsteps and joining the military, until a terrible attack forces her to abandon her plans. Instead, she enrolls in a mysterious government program — but after emerging as part machine, she is cast out by a damaged and fearful nation. More
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About Alicia Michaels

Ever since she first read books like Chronicles of Narnia or Goosebumps, Alicia has been a lover of mind-bending fiction. Wherever imagination takes her, she is more than happy to call that place her home. With several Fantasy and Science Fiction titles under her belt, Alicia strives to write multicultural characters and stories that touch the heart. V-Card, the first book of the Sharing Spaces series, was her first Contemporary Romance.
The mother of three and wife to a soldier, she loves chocolate, coffee, and of course good books. When not writing, you can usually find her with her nose in a book, shopping for shoes and fabulous jewelry, or spending time with her loving family.

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About the Series: The Bionics
A heart-pumping futuristic thrill-ride set in a frightening dystopian society. 2016 Once Upon A Book Award Winner.

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Kristianna9642 reviewed on May 13, 2016

As much as I enjoyed reading this book, I was extremely disappointed that it ended in a cliff hanger.
Frankly, I'm no longer interested in the Blythe/Dax/Gage triangle, or in the resistance for that matter.
The cliff hanger made me loose interest. Some readers don't mind spending money just to find out the ending, I'm just not one of them. Even as part of a series, there should be an ending on a book. If I like the characters in the first book, and there is an ending to it, I have no problem buying the next book - but NOT sequels to cliff hangers.
I agree with the description of the Mary Blackwell review, but I won't buy the sequel.
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Mary Blackwell reviewed on April 12, 2015

To be totally honest, I was not sure about this once I started reading as it was clearly about teens and being a lot older I find these can be quite fluffy. Nothing could be further from the truth. Instead we find characters who have been through much in the way of physical and emotional trauma fighting for their freedom and that of others.

Characters are very well-drawn and motivated by the past which we are told about in a very gradual and natural way.

There is fighting, blood and sexual relations, but nothing over the top and all relevant to the story-telling.

I would highly recommend this book and intend to read the next ones.
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