Kidnapped and taken to Jackertown, Kira discovers there are more variations of Jackers than she ever dreamed. After a raid, she must break into Kestral’s facility to free other Jackers. Everything goes wrong and Kira herself becomes one of the test subjects. After breaking out, she sets off to find the missing Raf in the hopes they can live somewhat normal lives together, but public sentiment against Jackers is strong.
This second book of the Mindjack series was as good as the first. Occasionally it dragged a little bit, but that was just a minor problem. The end is heartbreaking and made me immediately go buy the third book since I must know how this all turns out. Discussion about hating those different due to fear and rumor was well done and not preachy. I highly recommend Closed Hearts to both adults and young adults, but definitely read the first book first.
4 (out of 5) Stars
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