A serial killer strikes every twelve hours. A vampire takes lives at random. At first glance, these tragic incidents seem unrelated. But Special Investigations Unit agents Sam Ryan and Gabriel Stern trace them both back to a military base known as Hopeworth. Is the murder spree part of a cover-up? And are the vampire killings less by chance and more methodical?
The investigation takes an eerie, personal turn when Sam discovers a connection between herself and the victims—and a clue to her own mysterious origins. With the violence escalating and the danger drawing closer to home, the stakes are raised and the mission changes from seeking justice to ensuring Sam and Gabriel’s own survival. And the one person who seems to hold all the answers—about Hopeworth, about Sam’s past—is a mystery man she isn’t sure she can trust. They share a psychic link through her dreams, and he once saved her life, but he may just be the greatest enemy humankind has ever known.
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I was given a copy of this book by NETGALLEY for an honest review.
This is a great sequel to MEMORY ZERO. It has a great plot and well-developed characters that work well together to move the story along. When people from Hopeworth start turning up dead, Sam has to find out who is killing them and is she next to be killed? She also talks to a mystery man who tells her when she wants answers to her past she will see them in her dreams and in her heart. He also tells her to look at the pin he gave her if she wishes to find answers.Everything keeps pointing to experiments that produced hybrids named Generation 18 and Penumbra. The military was behind these experiments, and when they had a failure they put them in a home. Is Sam a failure? or success no one knows about? Hopefully these questions and more will be answered in the next book PENUMBRA. I loved this book, with its fast paced action. I give GENERATION 18- 5/ 5 stars. i recommend this series to everyone.