During a holiday in London, Nicole experiences flashes, an odd sense of deja vu. Things grow to a boiling point at the Tower of London where the visions grow so intense she passes out. Thankfully for her, Griffon is at hand to catch her.
Back home in San Francisco, Cole can’t get Griffon out of her head. Imagine her surprise when they are reunited…in more ways than one. Griffon tells Cole that the visions she has been having are of lives she has experienced and lived before. She is Akhet, like Griffon, who uses his past life memories to correct old wrongs and make the world a better place.
But not everyone is out for happiness and enlightenment. Some are out for revenge, and they have their sights on Cole. Things get dangerous fast for Cole and just when she thinks it can’t get any worse, she comes to a startling realisation about Griffon.
Transcendence was an intriguing read that kept my interest throughout. I enjoyed the characters and the plot and the new angle it came from. I found the Egyptian beliefs really interesting and liked learning about them.
There is a sequel for Transcendence and it will be interesting to see where the author takes us next.
Reviewed by Pamela.
Thank you to Bloomsbury for sending us a copy to review.