Memory Seeker by Carly Marino

Memory Seeker by Carly Marino
Inflexaen #2
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, YA
Length: Full length (276 pages)
Age Recommendation: 16+
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Chamomile

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After the dramatic ending in the first book, Thea has the odds stacked against her, but she isn’t done yet!

I loved reading this, if the first was fast-paced and full of action, this one is explosive and impossible to put down! I loved seeing the character development in this one as they strive to win, no matter what that means. Both side are determined to win, and for Cole’s father…he’s confident that in erasing Cole’s memories of Thea, he
already has. I loved seeing Thea as she fights for her soulmate, and must decide on a plan to get him back, once and for all.

This novel isn’t a standalone read. Memory Walker is the first in the Inflexaen series, and Memory Seeker is the second book. Readers really need to read them in order.

I loved the deeper look at the Inflexaens and their abilities in this one, plus we get to know more about their people and history as well. This series is easy to read, but hard to forget, and I’m excited to see what happens in the next book!

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