Cipher by Aileen Erin

Right,  I read this one quicker than normal… This sucked! not the book.. LOL… the fact that it ended..  now I have to wait for the next one… try not to think about it… I can be writing in that time.. yeah… I LOVED this book.

Did not want it to end… Its one of those.. yeah you know the ones i mean.. where you get to the last page.. and even on an ereader you are looking for the next page.. going.. this is it? what? noooo… i need more… I wish I was not so greedy… This one is getting one of my coveted five stars though… LOL.. and its out soon for everyone..

you can even pre-order it.. go on.. do it… one click.. its so easy… but here is the blur for it.. if you dont wanna take my word..

Available  14th Oct!

In the not-too-distant future, the color of your helix tattoo shows exactly how your DNA was modified—green for super-smart scientists, black for pumped-up warriors, white for the immortal Seligo—but Cipher’s red helix is a death sentence. It’s a sign of unstable DNA, which is probably the reason she can manipulate electricity.

When she was eight years old, Cipher made the mistake of showing her uncle the tattoo. In return, he killed her parents and tried to kidnap her.

She’s been on the run ever since, and twelve long years later, Cipher is tired of hiding. Survival isn’t enough anymore. She wants her life back.

Hacking into the Citadel mainframe is a huge risk, but it pays off when she finds a database on red helixes. Before she can copy it, she loses control of her power, charring her last processor, and the only person in the Arizona Voids that can get her back online is her oldest friend, Knightly. She hasn’t seen him in person since she started running, and Knightly 2.0 is fully upgraded with a six-pack and knee-melting smile.

For a girl like Cipher, trust doesn’t come easily, but Knightly makes her yearn for a life she knows she can’t have, especially when every secret she reveals endangers them both.


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