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Kale is going cross country with Dez to find and warn other Sixes about Denazen. He's learning a lot about the outside world on this trip and he gets to spend more time with Dez, which is always a plus. But when contacting the last Six Kale is sure they are being watched and when Samsen shows up and Dez sacrifices herself to save Kale, he knows he must find away to get her back. The problem? Samsen is the most powerful Six he has ever met and he might just be powerful enough to overcome Kale. Can he find a way to save Dez? You'll have to read to find out.
Holy shit. That's pretty much my entire response to this book. In Touch, Kale was adorable and perfect and we all fell in love with him. Here, we get into his head and holy alien babies! I didn't think it was possible to swoon anymore than I already had, but I was wrong. He reminds me a bit of Kyle XY, but deadly-er. He's so smart and has the whole fight thing master, but at the same time, he's got this worldly innocence. He doesn't understand much of the slang and he doesn't like how no one says what they really mean. Geez people, English is hard enough to master on it's own, without adding crazy connotations to everything. But watching him misunderstand everything had me cracking up. I wanted to hug him...except that I'm not Dez and that impulse would probably get me killed. It might be worth it!
Dez is the same badass she was in Touch. It's fun seeing her through Kale's eyes instead of her own.
Samsen, the new baddie, is terrifying. Someone who can control you with the power of their voice? ::shudders:: Can we not? That is one scary ass power. We all know that Kale will defeat him, but it's nerve-racking to read about.
This novella may be tiny, but it's action-packed. The only thing it was missing was a good make-out scene from Kale's perspective. It wouldn't have hurt to add a few pages for that, right? Oh well, I'll keep dreaming about that and hopefully we'll get there one day. Regardless, if you enjoyed Touch, you'll love this!