REVIEW: Impulse Control (Talent Chronicles #0.5) by Susan Bischoff

Title: Impulse Control
Author: Susan Bischoff
Series: Talent Chronicles #0.5
Publisher: Smashwords
Date of Release: March 20th  2011
Pages: 51

In the world of the Talent Chronicles, kids born with supernatural powers are taken from their families and forced into government research facilities called State Schools. At one such school, a dangerous experiment has killed two young inmates and threatens others. Ethan, a shape-shifter, is reluctantly recruited by his best friend Karen, a telepath, and Elle, the unique Talent he has a crush on, to thwart the faculty's plans. If they’re caught they face Detention, and Detention at a State School has a whole different meaning.

I love the secrecy of the silhouettes as if your not aloud to see their true identity and must be hidden from the outside world.

I really enjoyed this short story that revealed to us more of the secrets surrounding the research facilities and their occupants. After reading Hush Money, there were many questions left unanswered including what actually happens at the facilities and why they appear to have left the surface of the earth with no way of tracking them.

I must say though, I got so into the story that when it ended I just wanted more. Making me hope that there will be more tales about the facilities in the second instalment.  I also enjoyed hearing about all the different Talents everyone has and they how high the power behind them can affect and manipulate anything.

You can find my review for the first instalment, Hush Money here. The second instalment in this series; Heroes 'Til Curfew.

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