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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

VBT# The Butterfly Code - Sue Wyshynski



The Butterfly Code 

Review: The Butterfly Code - Sue Wyshynski - October 2015

I know that you should never judge a book by it's cover, but it's so hard and The Butterfly Code had such an amazing cover that it made me request to read the book and I am glad that I did as it was an interesting read. The book starts off with a new compound being built in a small coastal town and Aeris Thorne is home for the holidays before heading off to play in the Orchestra for her violin . In town, she catches a glimpse of Victoria and Hunter Cayman. They both work for the facility, which unfortunately been gaining some bad press around the town as some folks believe some dodgy dealings have been happening. Aeris is curious , so one day while her father is out - she makes a delivery to the compound and meets Hunter. A few days later, she is on her way home when she discovers that a group of clad men have attacked her home and her father, she runs and heads for Hunter, but as this happens she crashes and ends up clinging for her dear life. The next thing she knows, she is waking up - she should be dead, but nothing is wrong with her ? Aeris is about to discover though that her DNA has been compromised and that all is not what they seem and in her journey to discover the hidden truth and secrets - it will also lead her to discover some information about her mother Julia that she never realised and the truth about what happened the day she died .
Overall The Butterfly Code was a good read and had a hint of romance threaded with a science fiction feel in terms of Genetics along with Adventure and action.


 

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