Author: Robert J. Crane.
Year of Publication: 2012 (UK).
Publisher: CreateSpace (UK).
Format: Available in paperback, an ebook, and an audiobook.
Cost for Paperback (RRP): £6.49 (UK) (The ebook is currently free).
Age Range: I suggest from about 16 up, if you’re younger than this I suggest asking your parents first.
This book is the second book in a series called The Girl in the Box.
With a manic trapped in her head and trying to take over, Sienna doesn’t know how to hide the fact that she may or may not have let him help a dangerous meta-human escape and start blowing up neighbourhoods. So when she finds out that he is trying to find the sister who is being hidden by the Directorate, she hatches a plan to trick him into being re-captured before he blows up an entire city. Only the plan is risky, and completely unofficial, and there is also an Iron Man wannabe trying to finish Wolfe’s job and deliver her to his employers for God-only-knows-what who has the habit of showing up at the worst possible time.
And of course, there’s still the fact that her mother is missing, she can’t touch anyone without killing them and having their souls rattling around in her head, and she has no idea where she is supposed to ‘fit’ into the world.
I have really got into this story, and stayed up late a few times just wanting to read one more chapter.
The third book in the series is called Soulless.
“Whether it’s the best of times or the worst of times, it’s the only time we’ve got.” Art Buchwald.