By: R. J. Anderson
The sequel to Ultraviolet follows Tori, the girl that Allison supposedly murdered. This time around, however, Tori finds out that she’s being hunted. The alien object that disintegrated her before, and brought her into space, could come back for her at any time. It’s a race against the clock to figure out a way to seal herself off from the people trying to destroy her.
I’m not a huge fan of book sequels changing P.O.V.s from the protagonist. However, I gave this book a chance. I have to say, it was just as good as its predecessor. The world was artfully created. It’s a highly accessible sci-fi. Definitely read it.