So this book is so amazing. It starts out introducing you to all these different people around 10 years before everything happens. The all end up together and work together to end a very horrible situation.
This story is told from so many points of view. It is written in a way that you are able to keep up and tell them apart. Every time it switches it makes sure to say the name of the person. Usually I do not like when stories are told like this, but here it worked. I was able to keep up on what was going on and see the story from all sides.
The one thing that is hard is that this issue is a sensitive one. As a parent its hard to think that this really happens. I like how not only is the story told in a tasteful way, it is interactive. There are links to information that help you know more about the story. It is a must read about a very important topic.
About the 46. Ascending: c3 is part of 46. Ascending, a collection of loosely interrelated novels about five very different family members who each discover that they can do the extraordinary when circumstances require it. These books are designed to be read as stand alone stories or in any order. If you enjoy c3, consider z2, the tale of Teddie’s father as he learns to use his ability to warp time to protect Teddie and her friends against a threat from a violent white supremacy movement at Teddie’s high school. You may also enjoy y1, the story of Teddie’s brother Zane as he develops an odd ability to alter his appearance, and x0, the story of Teddie’s telepathic mother as she finds herself the unlikely hero in a rescue mission in Nigeria. c3 became available on Kindle January 31, 2014. It will be out in paperback and in other electronic bookstores early this summer. The other books in the collection can be purchased now in all formats. Watch for d4, the story of Teddie’s older sister, in late 2014.