C3 (46. Ascending) by Sherrie Cronin (Book Review #423)

C3 is the fourth book of its series. The story is about a teenage girl from Texas. She possesses some powers that are uncontrollable. When a stranger offers her a chance to be more than what she is, the opportunity is hard to pass.

Human trafficking is taking place, and the protagonist wishes to save her missing friends. With the help of a stranger, she accepts his challenge and displays her powers taking revenge on everyone who derived it.

I found the story to be very interesting to read. The concept was great. However, there were moments when I was a little confused. The plot was intriguing, and the mystical aspects of the work were described well. I sometimes had to re-read certain parts to understand what exactly had happened. This did not take away much from experience but, it could have been avoidable.

Another interesting aspect of this book was that it focused on the mental issue of human trafficking. This made the sexual or physical aspect of the encounter to be lessened and more suitable for all ages.

I recommend this book to people that care about educating girls from developing countries.

Written by Jeyran Main

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