Series: Book 1 of Uninvited
Only Sean, a fellow HTS carrier, can relate to her new life. Davy wants to trust him; maybe he's not as dangerous as he seems. Or maybe Davy is just as deadly.
The Good: Uninvited's premise is phenomenal. It's execution lived up to its potential, which is a rare and wonderful thing. This book is scary in its realistic plot progression. If HTS was a thing and the government could test for it, I see things playing out just as Jordan wrote. What I wouldn't have envisioned was what would happen to a girl like Davy. How would a girl like that survive in that type of world? Jordan has created a captivating character and placed her in a unthinkable situation. The results are nothing short of spectacular.
The Bad: There is an entire cast pf HTS positive characters and we only really get to know Davy more than superficially. We see a little more of Sean and Gil, but the rest are nothing more than one-dimensional placeholders. Each is a type and each stays true to it. While this makes Davy and the 2 boys stand out more and makes the reader care about them well beyond the others, it seems like a wasted opportunity to highlight the different types of struggles these people would have in the world.