Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Book Review: Impulse Control

Panzer and I are back from vacation! And, if we're back, this must be Tuesday. If it's Tuesday, then it's time for this week's ebook review.

This week's ebook is Impulse Control by Susan Bischoff. (No cats this time. Boo hoo!) This is a YA ebook. Actually, this is a novella with the beginning of two of Susan's other ebooks in the Talent Chronicle series at the end.

The story is about a group of teens and pre-teens who each have a special talent. The talents range from mind reading to super-human strength. Because of these special talents, the group is sent to a facility to be studied and controlled.

Everything is told through the viewpoint of main character Ethan who has super-human strength. After some of the younger children are taken to be experimented on Ethan and some of his friends set out to stop the experiments. In the process of stopping the experiments we learn that, perhaps, at least one of the older children isn't as much of an innocent victim as we were led to believe.

Panzer gives the ebook three paws up. (Panzer would have given it four paws, but that one evil teenager was pretty unexpected and scary for him.)

Impulse Control is available at Amazon for the Kindle.

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