Review: Sound by Shelley Workinger
Author: Shelley Workinger
Published: November 1, 2012
Clio Kaid's had one crazy summer.
After learning she was one of a hundred teens who were genetically modified before birth, she and the others departed for "camp" at a classified military site.
Besides discovering her own special ability, uncovering a conspiracy, and capturing a killer, she's also forged new friendships, found love, and managed to lose them both.
With no answers and the end of summer closing in, Clio's terrified of going home more lost than when she arrived.
Will she finally find everything she's been looking for?
Find out in this exciting conclusion to the Solid trilogy.
*I'll try to make this review as spoiler free as possible. But it is the third book, so . . .
Sound is the third and final book of the Solid Trilogy by Shelley Workinger. The journey of Clio Kaid is coming to an end, and I have to admit I'm a little sad. In the first book, Solid, we found out about Clio's power and her struggle with it. The second book, Settling, is full of tension and growing pains. In the final book, Sound, Clio must own up to her mistakes and learn to trust herself. The beginning of the book is sorta rocky because Clio has some apologizing to do, as well as forgiving. The gang: Rae, Bliss, Jack, and Xavier, are all back together and excited to spend their senior year together. To celebrate, the school allows the kids to go to a really cool outing of their choice. While out and about the kids experience what seems to be a random situation. Nobody thinks much of it except for Clio. However Clio doesn't know if she's being overly cautious or just plain paranoid.
Sound is a good book to finish up this trilogy. I would have liked it to have a little more action in it, but it was still good. I feel as if I've traveled with Clio throughout this trilogy. And I'm sad to see it end. I think Shelley Workinger did a great job of ending this series. She gives a little tidbit at the end that makes me wonder if there is going to be a spin-off. A girl can hope.