In Cycle 3 of the Harbingers series, the team is met with four new crazy adventures. Never knowing what they may encounter, they just try to figure it out as they go.
In Leviathan, the team is sent to Los Angeles where they are invited to a taping of a disturbing new reality show. When everyone starts exhibiting strange behavior, including some of their own team members, they have to figure out what’s going on before it spreads farther.
In The Mind Pirates, they are sent to a tropical place where they are abducted by pirates, and they must not only overcome the pirates, but also solve a murder using a strange earring.
In Hybrids, the team is back in Florida to rest, or so it would seem. They are quickly back in the game when strange black-eyed children appear and the neighbor’s unborn baby just disappears.
In The Village, while in a town called Newland, they are randomly transported to another universe where they meet a familiar face, but they are faced with the task of figuring out how to get back and how to save the people that were transported there before them.
This whole series has been way out of my usual element, since I’m not typically into the sci-fi genre. That being said, this series has been very good. This book was no exception! I love how different these books are than other books, since they are written like a TV show from the perspective of each character. It did take me a little longer to get into this particular book, but once I was in, I was in. I kept wondering how are they going to figure this out? Are they going to make it? There were twists and turns that I didn’t see coming, and overall it keeps you guessing through each section. I love the mystery involved over who exactly is behind sending them on these crazy other-worldly missions. So if you’re into sci-fi with a little mystery and intrigue in it, you need to check this series out! (I would recommend reading these in order because if you don’t you might be a bit lost.)
**I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all thoughts and opinions are my own.