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Publisher Description

"Two epic people, love, hackers, and explosions lead to an amazing read." -- Not So Public Library

Alone and on the run, Cipher doesn't talk about her secrets, her powers, or the people chasing her. She can’t let anyone get that close. At least, she shouldn’t.

Knight is working undercover for the bad guys. He’s done things that have marked his soul, but it’ll all be worth it if he can save the girl who means everything to him—the girl who saved his life by putting herself in danger. It’s been twelve years, but Knight knows she’s still alive, and he’s made it his mission to find her and keep her safe.

When Knight finally catches up to Cipher, electricity sparks. He’s crazy gorgeous, stupid brilliant, and begging to lift the burden from Cipher’s shoulders. Can she really trust him with her secrets? With her life?

She doesn’t have long to decide, because Knight isn’t the only who’s been looking for her. Now Cipher can’t run without leaving him behind. What good is being together if they’re both dead?

To save Knight, Cipher will finally stop running…one way or another.

The Shadow Ravens Series:
1. Cipher by Aileen Erin, USA Today bestselling author
2. Quanta by Lola Dodge
3. Quanta Reset by Lola Dodge
4. Quanta Rewind by Lola Dodge - Releases 4/25/2017!

"it will keep you on the edge of your seat with action, chases, fights." -- Functioning Insanity

GENRE
Young Adult
RELEASED
2014
October 14
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
195
Pages
PUBLISHER
Ink Monster, LLC
SELLER
INscribe Digital
SIZE
5
MB

Customer Reviews

Miriam319 ,

THE BEST BOOK!

Whether you actually want to get into the series or are looking for a novel read, this is a perfect novel to get you turning the pages. I have a new OTP and the main characters are literally the embodiment of fluff. It gives a fangirl everything they need, from action to angst to fluff to suspense and all of the perfectly agonizing moments in between. I’ve reread it countless times. It’s too amazing to handle!

Addasfriend ,

Not really worth the money

Good premise, bad execution. Needs a lot of work and better editing. The author seems to have a high schooler's understanding of emotional complexity.

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