Tegen Justice

Tegens Book 2

Fiction - Paranormal
325 Pages
Reviewed on 04/11/2016
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Reviewed by Chris Fischer for Readers' Favorite

In an excellent second installment to the Tegens series, Tegen Justice by author Inge-Lise Goss continues the story of protagonist Sara Jones as she hones her special skills to a perfect deadly ability. Using the alias of Sally Jablon, she is determined to destroy her ex-lover's crime syndicate. But when's she's confronted by that very same ex-lover, a Tegen who is completely out of control, and she realizes the repercussions of disobeying Tegen rules, it seems unlikely that she'll ever make it out alive. Will Sara's special skills help to save her life again? Or has her skill and luck run out? You'll need to read this roller coaster of a story to find out!

I very much enjoyed Tegen Justice. Author Inge-Lise Goss has done a great job of creating a world that is both fantastic, and yet somehow realistic at the same time, definitely not an easy feat. The characters she has created are fascinating and intriguing, and readers will also find them relatable. The author has an obvious skill set in the genre of fantasy fiction, and readers who enjoy fantasy, or just a great read of general fiction should definitely give this book and this author a read. This book has non-stop, on the edge of your seat action, and will keep readers obsessively reading from the very first page until the very last. Anyone who enjoys a well written, exciting and adventure filled read will love this book, and I highly recommend it. I look forward to reading more from the very talented author Inge-Lise Goss as soon as possible. If it's anything like Tegen Justice, it will definitely be worth a read!

Ray Simmons

Tegen Justice by Inge-Lise Goss is the second book in the Tegen series. The story is told from the first person perspective of the protagonist Sara Jones and Sara thinks a lot about the events of that first book. In that first book Sara became Tegen. She also became Sally Jablon because now she is immortal and she has to start over once in a while. That’s one of the benefits and curses of being Tegen. She also has powers similar to Spider Man. But she needs a specially prepared cocktail of human blood to stay alive. Spider Man was bitten by a radioactive spider, but he is not in any way poisonous. Sara is. Sara is on a mission. She wants to take down a huge organized drug ring. It’s not as daunting a task as it sounds, considering her abilities, but there is a catch. The head of the ring is her former lover who doesn't know she’s still alive.

Tegen Justice reads like a young adult novel and the world of mafia level drug dealing is a little serious for young adults, even young adults with powers. The stakes are high and, though she has powers, it is apparent that Sara is in over her head sometimes. That tightens the suspense and heightens the drama considerably. The mixture of underworld figures, who are cultured while at the same time vicious and ruthless, combined with a heroine who is both extraordinarily powerful but simultaneously vulnerable was quite appealing. The writing is good. This is an interesting book in a series that definitely has the potential for bestseller status. I think Inge-Lise Goss can make that happen.