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Our Take on Regina Shen: Vigilance

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Regina Shen: VigilanceAfter two years of training, outcast Regina Shen prepares to jump the barrier wall into the World Federation to hunt for her sister, but nothing goes according to plan.

Print Length: 249 pages

This is the second book in the series Regina Shen.  You can read our review of the first book Resilience and see the print size used in each book of the series.

Our take on Vigilance:

At the beginning of the book we discover that 2 years have passed between this book and Resilience.  Regina is now 17.  She continues her journey with constant challenges and meets new allies along the way.

Her character continues to evolve and become more complex without loosing what makes Regina special in this new world.

Since reading the first book and finding the fertility technology very interesting and learning more in this book I did a little research of my own.  I found out they are doing this stuff now, which is really quite interesting.

The description of the GODs continues to intrigue me, yet make me cringe at the same time.  I’m not sure I’d want to live 300+ years, would you?

In this book you will find answers to some questions from the first book such as: Why Mo-Mere and Regina’s mom Zola, were kicked out of the federation.  We also find out a bit about Zola Shen’s life on the other side including friends and family.

Due to the good summary of the first book and the flashbacks that accompany anything from the first book, yes this could be read as a stand alone book.

The ending leaves you with a nice conclusion, yet wondering about the next steps in her journey.  Great job Lance!

Available on Amazon.

Continue the series with us as we review Defiance.

 

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