The Compendium

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About the book

New Adult / Sci-Fi Romance / Paranormal

Date Published: July 13, 2016

Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing

Irina and her renegade variant friends are scrambling to pick up the trail of their former employer, Ivan, and his globally catastrophic scheme.


Their attention develops a laser focus on an engineered earthquake mere days ahead of them in San Francisco. While they fight to stop the earthquake, Irina pushes the love of her life Jonah as far away as she can, trying to keep his unstable genetic degradation in check.

Irina’s friends think they’ve seen the worst that Innoviro could bring forth by the time they reach a secret facility in the Mojave Desert. As they near the property, the group uncovers a horror none of them had ever imagined.

Review

I thought that the characters in this book were well developed which made for a wonderful read! As with every relationship, they have their ups and downs and over half the time I wondered what in the world were they thinking, did they REALLY just do that? etc. Read on to find out of they made their relationship work! This is the first book by Christine Hart that I’ve had the opportunity to read and I must say it was really good. I will be going back through the first book and reading it, as I didn’t before and I think it would help me understand a bit more about some things that happened in The Compendium! Overall, this was a good read.

Located on BC’s beautiful West Coast, Christine writes speculative fiction for YA & NA readers.  She has an undergraduate degree in writing and literature, a corporate background in communications and design, and an Etsy alter-ego named Sleepless Storyteller. Christine shares her eclectic home and lifestyle with her metal working husband, dancing daughter and rocket enthusiast son.
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