June 21, 2013

Genuis Squad by Catherine Jinks: Book Review

Genius Squad (Genius, #2)
*this book is a sequel to Evil Genius 
Rating: 3.5/5 stars
Summary (via goodreads):Now that the Axis Institute for World Domination has been blown up; the founder, Dr. Phineas Darkkon, has died; and Prosper English (who enrolled Cadel in the first place) is in jail for myriad offenses, Cadel Piggott has round-the-clock surveillance so he'll be safe until he testifies against Prosper English. But nobody seems to want Cadel. Not Fiona, his social worker; not Saul Greeniaus, the detective assigned to protect him.      When he is approached by the head of Genius Squad--a group formed to investigate GenoME, one of Darkkon's pet projects--Cadel is dubious Genius Squad can offer him a real home and all the technology his heart desires. But why can't he bring himself to tell Saul what the group is really up to? And how can Genius Squad protect Cadel once Prosper English breaks out of jail?
Review: I actually enjoyed this book, it was quite good. I found the ending to be very predictable but it was a nice ending. The ending was much happier than the last book which I found appealing because the series is a little depressing. I also enjoyed the character development and I loved it very much. One thing I didn't like is as mentioned before, the book was a little predictable. It was also too long and not very suspenseful but despite all that I really enjoyed this book.

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