Where are the broken? That is the propulsive question that unleashes a world of secrets in New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh’s Resonance Surge . . .
StoneWater bears Pavel and Yakov Stepyrev have been a unit since birth, but now Pavel’s life is veering in a new direction, his heart held in the hands of Arwen Mercant, a Psy empath—and the only man who has ever brought Pavel to his knees.
This is it. A point of irrevocable change. For Pavel . . . for Arwen . . . for Yakov . . . and for another pair of twins whose bond has a far darker history.
A low-Gradient Psy, Theodora Marshall is considered worthless by everyone but her violently powerful twin, Pax. She is the sole person he trusts in their venomous family to investigate a hidden and terrible part of their family history—an unregistered rehabilitation Center established by their grandfather.
Places of unimaginable pain designed to psychically wipe minds, leaving the victims shells of their former selves, the Centers are an ugly vestige of the Psy race’s Silent past. But this Center was worse. Far, far worse. And now Theo must uncover the awful truth—in the company of a scowling bear named Yakov, who isn’t about to take a Marshall at face value . . . especially a Marshall who has turned his dreams into chilling nightmares.
Because Yakov is the great-grandson of a foreseer . . . and he has seen Theo die in an unstoppable surge of blood. Night after night after night . . .
Love the Psy-Chaneling novels
Good read. I have a soft spot for the bears. And I especially loved Babushka Quyen. But some of the Psy race are as messed up as humans are. I suppose so much mental power and capabilities in people could spawn a lot of crazies in any race. I’m hoping Pax survives his Syndrome and won’t be the next crazy. His steadfast love for his sister Theo deserves a good ending.
It’s about the world, not the characters
Like the title of this review says, these books are about the world now, not the characters. I docked one star because I do completely understand what others are saying about the repetitive and weak character story lines. I agree that something should change in that regard BUT I also think people should understand that the characters are really just vehicles to the world building story line. The whole point of the Trinity series is connections and links with all the races to save the starving Psynet. So of course most of the characters will be falling in love because it’s a major connection AND because if you remember everyone, these are ROMANCE books. Kinda hard to majorly switch genres halfway through and introduce new players in an entirely different way.
Good read but not my favorite
This was good, but not as good as the earlier novels.