Book Review: Havoc by Jeff Sampson

Posted February 19, 2012 by Katrina @ Bookish Things in Book Review / 0 Comments

Goodreads Blurb: Emily Webb thought life would return to normal after the death of the man who attacked her and her fellow “Deviants.” Or as normal as it could be, after discovering that she has nighttime superpowers . . . and she’s a werewolf. But when Emily awakes one night to find an otherworldy Shadowman watching her, she knows the danger has only just begun.
So Emily and her pack-mates set out to find the people who made them what they are, and why. But as they get closer to the truth, they realize they aren’t the only ones in town with special powers: The most popular girls in school might just have a secret of their own–and they might just have it out for Emily.
With shadowy beings stalking them, a mysterious company doing all it can to keep the truth hidden, and the secrecy of her new identity in jeopardy, life threatens to spiral out of control for Emily. Soon these dangers will come together in one terrifying confrontation that may force her to make the toughest choice of her life . . . so far.
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I liked this book a lot.  It picks up where we left off in Vesper.  The only difference is the story is being told between reports about surveillance tapes at Vesper Inc.  Emily is finally coming to grips with her new powers while also trying to figure out her relationship with Spencer.  Dalton is back at school now from being almost killed by Dr. Gunther Elliott.  They have a small pack now.  But there is another female wolf that they are searching for.  During their search for the missing pack member they also try to figure out why they were tampered with.  Each of the personalities while their “Nightiime” selves is completely different from their usual behavior.  But it seems as though the Nighttime versions of themselves pick up on the emotions they try to hide and keep locked away.  Emily has to make some  very difficult decisions for her pack and situations concerning her best friend Megan.  (Whom I still don’t’ really like, for the record.)  This novel answers a few questions that were asked in Vesper, but it leaves you with even more questions that you want to be answered now.
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Katrina @ Bookish Things

About Katrina @ Bookish Things

I’m a mom of two and love to read, listen to music, and rock out at concerts. Sometimes you can find me reading, or writing, in between sets at concerts. I read many genres, and have a TBR mountain.

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