Saturday, September 21, 2013

Faceless: Review


My name is Brandt Cross, and I died. Again… 

I'm living in the body of a Six named Douglass Cain, a certifiable scumbag whose ability is on Zendean Industries—AKA Denazen's—most wanted list. There’s some serious bad going down, and Ginger, the leader of the Underground, sent me undercover to obtain information because people are dying. 

My cousin, Dez, is dying…

Denazen thought they’d found a cure for the Supremacy decline, but they were wrong. That’s the bad news. The good news? Franklin Wentz. 

Wentz, the owner of a genetic research company, is brilliant and just a little bit crazy. He’s unwittingly created a formula that may cure the sick Supremacy kids, and everyone wants it—including Devin, the super hot Resident.

Get the formula. Save the day. Don’t fall for the hot spy. Piece of cake.


Faceless features my favorite character in this book, Brandt-as-Douglass. He's always protective to Dez and I admire and kind of envy that (because... well, my cousins and I aren't close). This book is about Brandt being some sort of free-agent for himself (or for Dez, but still). And yeah, he encounters problems. Really pesky problems. Kind of funny though. It's not as good as Untouched though. There are something lacking in Faceless though I can't put my finger on it. And it's not a necessity to read Faceless because you can still understand Tremble without reading this. And my favorite part? The name of the novella. Faceless. Such a fitting name for Brandt. (Because... you know, he's a Soul Jumper)

Rating: 6.5/10

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