#Excerpt From The Insurgent (The Colony #2) #newrelease #dystopian #NetGalley

Happy Friday! You know what that means – It’s time for another excerpt from The Insurgent, and today’s is from Declan’s POV. Do we trust him? Should we not?

After passing more of the shallow vessels impersonating humans, I finally reached my office, swung open the door and halted.  Hairs rose on the back of my neck.

I was afraid to move a muscle. 

To even breathe. 

Casually leaning against my desk, ankles crossed, was a dangerous predator.  He watched me intently.  Muscles rippled in his forearms as he flipped a silver dagger in one hand. 

It was Asher.  But it wasn’t. 

Sure, Ash had killed before, but it was to save hostages or in self-defense.  He’d never outright murder anyone with no justification.  But I sensed the creature in front of me was on a wholly different level.  To him, killing was the same as eating or sleeping.  It was routine, a part of life, something he did every day.  And didn’t think twice about.

A36 stood before me.

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29 thoughts on “#Excerpt From The Insurgent (The Colony #2) #newrelease #dystopian #NetGalley

    1. Yay! I’m thrilled to hear you say that, Priscilla, because I struggled with the ending. Some characters told me exactly what would happen, while others were less decisive. And thanks for writing a review!

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      1. Oh. Lol. I knew the pov wasn’t Asher but I thought the photo was. Lol. I have all these mental pictures in my head already from the first book. I picture Declan as more compact in his build. Isn’t that funny?


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