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Reviewed by Kathryn Bennett for Readers' Favorite
Aegis Incursion by S.S. Segran is the second book in the Aegis League series. The prologue in this sequel takes us to 1948 where a B-29 superfortress on a top secret mission crashes into Lake Mead and sinks to its watery grave remaining lost for 50 years. Cut to Great Falls, Montana where a group of friends has returned home to live their lives after disappearing in Northern Canada a year earlier when their plane went down - with no memories of what had happened to them after that crash. Meanwhile, in farmlands across the United States and around the world, vital crops are dying and soon famine begins, forcing nations to the brink of war. All of these events seem unrelated until you realize they are simply setting the scene for a battle between good and evil, darkness and those who will become the bearers of light.
Humanity, look how far you have fallen. All right, geek references aside, this is a great book to dive right into and a fantastic follow up to the first. Things are about to go really bad in the world and a small group of teens has to start to make things right. I can only imagine being one of these kids. What's worse - being teased in school for being ‘amnesiacs’ or having to bring down an evil, global organization? One of the best things about what author S.S. Segran has done here is that the book can be read as a stand-alone; you don't have to have read the first one, although I would recommend it as it is also a solid book. It is not often that I find myself getting hooked on a YA fantasy series, but this is one I am keeping on top of. Every page of the book is enjoyable and gives you new depth into the characters and story. I highly recommend this book.