Rosie’s #BookReview Of #YoungAdult #UrbanFantasy FORCES: In Search Of Power by Arbor Winter Barrow

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Forces: In Search of Power (Kinetics Sequence, #2)Forces: In Search of Power by Arbor Winter Barrow

3.5 stars

Forces: In Search of Power is book two of the young adult urban fantasy Kinetics Sequence series.

This story continues on from book one, and they should be read in order. I read book one six years ago and I would have loved a short recap of the story so far, as I found it hard to remember much about the initial story.

The tale takes place here on Earth and revolves around a war between various factions; most of them have Kinetic powers. Fifteen-year-old Eugene remains one of the main characters, but we also have some alternating chapters from others. Willow played a major role in book one and continues with her own journey here when she agrees to become a host for an alien.

Eugene too is a host; he carries the voice of an…

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