My review for
Ghosts in the Machine
4 out of 5 stars.
This book is just that twisted, makes you really wonder and think could a thousand Gods just show up and show themselves?
Probably not.. But reading this book makes you feel like your in it and your living it.
For Morag Chen she can hardly believe any of this… What is it really that she is seeing?
Can her and Daniel uncover the secrets and save him? For his mind has been taken over by these beings.
Is there anyway to fight back and have their lives back? This book has a lot of suspense and you are questioning if they can figure out everything. Definitely check out this second book. Because I don’t want to give away any spoilers. So read it and have fun.
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Book & Author Details:
Ghosts in the Machine
by Richard Farr
(The Babel Trilogy #2)
Published by: Skyscape
Publication date: September 20th 2016
Genres: Science Fiction, Young Adult
Young genius Morag Chen doesn’t believe in the supernatural. Or not until a thousand gods show up in front of her, appearing from a clear-blue sky. The Architects are terrifying, they’re hypnotically attractive, and they’re real—but what are they, and what do they want, and why have they stolen the mind of Daniel Calder, the person she is closest to?
Ancient gods? Invading aliens? Everyone has a theory, but no one has guessed the truth. In this dark, suspenseful, mind-bending sequel to The Fire Seekers, Morag picks up the narration from Daniel as she works to accept that there’s more than one way to think about the nature of humanity. And she will find that the only way forward is through secrets that Daniel himself seems desperate but unable to convey.
A mysterious lab. The house of a dying billionaire. The hidden home of a strange and forgotten people. In each of these places, Morag and Daniel will come a step closer to answers, hope, and a way of fighting back.
I grew up in England’s West Country, one of the world’s leading producers of strange names for small villages. I now live in Seattle. When I’m not reading, writing, or staring out of the window, I enjoy running, hiking and sea kayaking.