Title: Chasing the Underground (AIM Chronicles #2)
Author: N.M. Sotzek
Published Date: April 26th 2016
Genre: Science Fiction
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
One year after quitting the Canadian Scanning Tournament Cam Tylar is ready. When Artificial Intelligence Morphers (AIMs) were created twenty years earlier, scientists found a dangerous flaw in the substance and chip coding which allows AIMs to become animalistic. Underground scientists have finally created a chip which will always remain under the programming definitions, and Cam has successfully trained it.
But the founders of Scanning, the McCarthys, are not happy. If the public finds out they were selling potentially dangerous AIMs it would ruin the sport, Scanning, and their reputation.
Maria Kier, now resigned from Revolution, joined the Canadian Army as an AIM Operations Technician. After an attempt on her life she seeks out Cam for answers, not knowing he is looking for the same thing. Now Cam and the Underground along with Maria must find a way to bring the new AIM into the mainstream and bring down the McCarthys.
And keep their lives.
Cam’s struggle, his pain and his growth from the first book to this one really touched me and I think it made for a better story.
I really recommend the story it was full of adventure, danger and intrigue and was defiantly an edge of your seat page turner!
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