Evolution: SAGE (the Evolution series, book 2), by S. A. Huchton
“Devastated by her choices, Candace Bristol is on the brink of losing it all: her mind, her hope, everything she thought she was.
But from the ruins rises new purpose. An enemy has emerged and it will take everything to combat this new threat. Broken as she is, picking up the pieces and carrying on might be the hardest battle to win, but it’s either fight, or lose what little she has left.
Amongst the wreckage, hope still burns. The flicker of a flame kindles something within her she thought was dead.
Love can break you.
So, too, can it bring you back to life.” (via Goodreads)
I’ve already posted about book 1 in this series, Evolution: ANGEL, and now it’s time to show you the second in the series!
I established the series look with the first book, and, where that one is water (to speak to Candace’s hydrokinesis ability), this one had to be equally representative. It wasn’t hard for me to pin down what element to feature on this cover, and folks who have read book 1 will know exactly who the cover speaks to.
A hand is featured on all three of these covers (spoilers, lol), and that’s for a very good reason. The superheroes in these books all have enough power in one hand to destroy everything. Their actions and decisions are magnified beyond what most normal human beings experience, but these characters are just as flawed as any normal person, so mistakes happen. What makes them heroes is what they choose to do after their worlds crumble to the ground.
This book is about picking up those pieces and finding a way to keep going.
Releases May 6th, 2014. For more information, as well as an excerpt, see this post.