The Butterfly Code

The Butterfly Code My name is Aeris Thorne I am a genetically modified human PAINFUL SECRETS STARTLING TRUTHS UNDENIABLE LOVE All it took was a chance meeting one tingling glance across a darkened street to change my li

  • Title: The Butterfly Code
  • Author: Sue Wyshynski
  • ISBN: 9780985985240
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • My name is Aeris Thorne I am a genetically modified human PAINFUL SECRETS STARTLING TRUTHS.UNDENIABLE LOVE.All it took was a chance meeting one tingling glance across a darkened street to change my life.I d been searching for my two best friends in the crowded Zenith Club, which was a really bad idea because I m totally claustrophobic I burst outside, and that s when My name is Aeris Thorne I am a genetically modified human PAINFUL SECRETS STARTLING TRUTHS.UNDENIABLE LOVE.All it took was a chance meeting one tingling glance across a darkened street to change my life.I d been searching for my two best friends in the crowded Zenith Club, which was a really bad idea because I m totally claustrophobic I burst outside, and that s when I came face to face with the incredibly gorgeous Hunter Cayman Dark haired, tall, and leaning against an insane sports car, my pulse went haywire Maybe things weren t so bad after all The young doctor had his long muscular arms crossed over his leather jacket clad chest, and all his six foot something would make any girl s knees turn weak But then, if what Ella said was true, Hunter was the kind of guy who left behind a trail of broken hearts And heartache was the last thing I needed right now.Yet there s something strange, something almost superhuman about Hunter It s than that infuriatingly knowing grin I m trying to stop thinking about him, and I get the feeling he s avoiding me, too Yet Deep Cove is a tiny town and every time we run into each other the tension literally crackles, sparking around us It just figures that when suddenly I m in danger, he s there to save me.In truth, I should be dead By all the logic in this world, I should be shattered to pieces How fast was I going on that ATV when I smashed into those iron gates Ninety A hundred And the men who were chasing me, where did they go Somehow I m whole.Maybe better than whole There s no one I can talk to, not even my best friend, Gage Gage hates Hunter He wants Hunter s laboratory to be shut down He thinks Hunter s a monster And yet, if that s true, if Hunter s a monsteran what am I I m not sure what terrifies me , the metamorphosis taking place inside me, or the intensely powerful connection with a guy whose heart and soul has become linked with mine.Get lost in THE BUTTERFLY CODE, the captivating first book in this YA sci fi romance series Warning Seriously this book will take over your life once you start reading so plan ahead if possible, it is that engrossing Tonyalove, Reviewer Easily one of my favorite reads this year I was completely and utterly consumed Stacy, Reviewer I ll definitely be looking for books by this author MD, Reviewer

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    1. Sue Wyshynski s writing style has been described as immersive, emotional, and action packed According to Sue, Writers must do than write they must try to speak to the hearts of the world Sue wants to connect with you suewyshynskifacebook authorsuewyshynskisuewyshynski

    2. 3.50 starsThis was an interesting read for me, and a bit hard to put a label onThis is a story that will certainly stretch the limits of your imagination, but for the most part the author actually makes it work well, without being too cheesy. (My gage for this is based on how many times my eyes roll when reading) I'm not going to bother with a synopsis as I think I might butcher it and do more harm than good. With elements of mystery, romance and science fiction all wrapped into one, I was pleas [...]

    3. 4★★★★ StarsGenre: Mystery/Science Fiction Type: Book 1 of The Butterfly Code SeriesPOV: First Person – Female"This is my legacy. To find her killer and to know what answers she’d been bringing to Switzerland."Aeris Thorne is a violinist who recently was given the opportunity of a lifetime to play in the New York City Philharmonic and do what she does best Play Live on stage with her Violin. She comes back to her home town to visit her father and old friends for the summer before her [...]

    4. I'd like to thank Netgalley for my copy in exchange for a fair and honest review.3.5 STARSI feel that there is very little I can say about this book without spoiling the entire read. Honestly, I wish you couldn't even read the plot blurb, because the less you know, the better. This is a hard one to categorize. It's a little mystery/thriller, more romance, a lot of sci fi in the NA category. It was an extremely unique read, unlike anything I've read before. It took me a bit to get into, but about [...]

    5. Aeris Thorne is a talented musician that is taking the summer to visit her father before starting performing in the much sought after position she was offered. On a night out Aeris meets the mysterious Dr. Hunter Cayman and finds herself immediately drawn to him even though everyone warns Aeris to stay away from Hunter. When Aeris’s life is threatened Hunter comes to the rescue but then Aeris find herself in the middle of the secrets that Hunter has been hiding. Starting out reading The Butter [...]

    6. The Butterfly Code is sure to be a crowd pleaser. This new, exciting and completely engaging scifi suspense thriller will have you guessing till the end.Aeris returns to her father’s home town right before she heads off to a gleaming musical career. But secrets from Aeris past continue to haunt her. It is not surprising, while revisiting her home, many rof these secrets resurface. Searching for the answers will change Aeris life forever.There is a mysterious lab, with extraordinarily beautiful [...]

    7. 3.5 starsWay before I got into the romance genre, I used to read a lot of sci-fi books, particularly those from Michael Crichton. Ever since his passing *sobs* I've tried to fill the void with other books. So when I saw this book, not only did the synopsis catch my attention, but I loved the cover. Of course I requested it!There are elements I liked and did not like about the story that led to me to my rating. Let's get the bad part over with.What I didn't like:This story is told from Aeris POV, [...]

    8. This book is very well written, the story flows and is full of twists and turns, but I had big problems with the main characters and the plot.First of all, I hate women who literally melt when they meet handsome men. There must be something besides being a tall dark stranger, right? At least this book doesn't seem to be a romance novel where sweeping a girl of her feet is all that matters.Secondly, I just thought the plot too unbelievable. I know I've read books set in other planets, with all ki [...]

    9. 5+++ Stars!From the very first few pages of this book to the very last page, I was completely and utterly consumed. I had read the blurb a while back, so when it came time to actually read the book I had already forgotten what it was supposed to be about. So I went into this book totally blind to the story, and holy crap am I glad that I did, because I was able to have a better reading experience than I ever could have imagined. This story truly moved me, and this book has now become one of my f [...]

    10. 4 StarsI thoroughly enjoyed this story. It kept me engaged from start to finish, and I have little doubt that a book like this – and its subsequent sequels – will go a long way in the popularity stakes (once readers catch on…which they no doubt will). This story will also appeal to a diverse readership due to its vast coverage of different storytelling genres. Wyshynski effortlessly mixed romance, suspense and mystery, under the umbrella of a unique science-fiction plot, and she did it all [...]

    11. Hooked. Yup! That's exactly what happened as I started turning the pages. Honestly, I didn't know what the book was about when I picked it up. And I didn't even bother reading its reviews. SO UNLIKE ME! But guess what? I totally fell in love with it! The main characters, Aeris and Hunter, were well developed and I enjoyed how the author portrayed their relationship. Aeris' relationship with her dad was also wonderful to read. That being said, even the other secondary characters were well portray [...]

    12. Find this review and associate book tour on my blog, Carlene Inspired, tomorrow 12/4.Aeris is home with her dad for the summer after accepting a prestigious role as a concert violinist. She's hanging out with her old friends, spending time with her over-cautious father, and getting some seriously odd looks from the handsome Dr. Hunter Cayman. After a night out at the local nightclub, things are changing and quickly. What is behind the gates of the Phoenix Research Lab for Highly Contagious Disea [...]

    13. My original The Butterfly Code audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.Aeris Thorne returns home to Deep Cove to visit her father and friends, she is expecting a quiet rest. Her life is mapped out and includes jobs where her music can and will be appreciated.  Music connects her to her mother who died a violent death.  During her stay in Deep Cove, she meets Hunter.  She meets Hunter outside a club; a dark, mysterious man with reflecting eyes, a familiarity and a s [...]

    14. Well, The Butterfly Code literally blew me away! I don't often tweet about books as I am reading them but this one I took with me everywhere throughout yesterday while I read it. I hadn't read a book by Sue before, so this was something new for me, the cover looked amazing, so I had some high expectations there and the synopsis, well just read it! Doesn't it make you want to read the book? So, I started The Butterfly Code and it was everything I wanted at the time. There's mystery/suspense, acti [...]

    15. The Butterfly Code is a great book! Really loved it all the way and hope that this helps readers decide to also read it. First, I think the book cover is awesome and that alone made me think this would be an interesting story.I was not disappointed at all. The story line that was built around Aeris and all the other characters was definitely clever. It really did keep me in suspense through out the book. I believe fans of most fiction would enjoy reading a unique story like this. They are defini [...]

    16. I picked up The Butterfly Code: Girl on Fire because I hadn’t read a contemporary YA paranormal in a while, and I wanted to see what was new in the genre these days. If you’re hoping for a break from the tired slew of vampires and werewolves but still looking for the same clause of ‘girl becomes infatuated with hunk from mysterious order of super special beings and proceeds to get caught up in paranormal conspiracies and adventures’, then you won’t be disappointed.What struck me right [...]

    17. My friends say Hunter's dangerousThey say he's a threat to everyone in town. But I'm not so sure. As he stands before me in this crowded club with the lights shining around us, I catch something good under Hunter's dark facade. Something decent and profound.I don't know who or what to believe. But I will find out the truth.Aeris Thorne is expecting a restful vacation in the remote town of Deep Cove. But on a stormy night, she meets the alluring and mysterious Hunter Cayman, and her life takes an [...]

    18. I know that you should never judge a book by it's cover, but it's so hard and The Butterfly Code had such an amazing cover that it made me request to read the book and I am glad that I did as it was an interesting read. The book starts off with a new compound being built in a small coastal town and Aeris Thorne is home for the holidays before heading off to play in the Orchestra for her violin . In town, she catches a glimpse of Victoria and Hunter Cayman. They both work for the facility, which [...]

    19. This was an interesting story, that had me guessing what was going on for a while. The romance was okay, but a little rushy for me. Still, I'm definitely curious to read the next book in the series whenever it's published. 3.5 stars

    20. *I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*This book has been one of my fastest reads in a looonnnggg time! I would probably rate this at 4.5s but because I read it so damn fast I'm giving it 5s! I received this book last night and got right into it! It was amazing, with the dynamics and details of the characters! At first I did think it was a Frankenstein-esque but it quickly changed into something fascinating. While I was reading, I did have this slight image of Edw [...]

    21. First, I would like to thank Sue Wyshynski for the ARC of this book.This book is a solid 3.5 star read.As other reviewers have said, the less you know, the better off you are with this book. And I assume that there will be a follow up book as the ending is unfinished and there is a clear Segway to a series. The first half of the book was a little slow, in my opinion, but when things picked up, they really picked up and I raced through the second half. The one thing that bothered me was the story [...]

    22. Girl on Fire made me think of Twilight, but where Twilight grabbed me from the first pages, Girl on Fire was slower to sink its claws into me. I truly became invested in the story by 60% of it. I'm not really certain why that is, because the writing is pretty, the characters well-crafted, and the plot finely-tuned. Perhaps, it was because I didn't quite get what was happening in the first half of the book, and the birth of a foal, although sweet, didn't do much for me in the sci-fi context. But [...]

    23. This appears to be a good solid start to a series. I was entertained throughout the book. This is also a hard book to write a review on because it's sort of a sci-fi mystery told in first person. The reader learns things as the narrator does. It's hard to review without actually spoiling anything in the book.A few things that I can say without spoiling anything was that I wished this was either told in third person or Aeris had been written as less of a flighty narrator. She's constantly changin [...]

    24. Wow, what a book. Right from the start, we’re thrown into the action. I loved the narrative style so much, particularly the way the narrator questions everything. And I particularly enjoyed the who is he? what’s he doing here? intro for Dr Hunter Cayman.This new adult paranormal thriller/suspense is so beautifully written, and it really was a delight to read. I loved Aeris, the main character. She felt real, and the way her character changes and progresses also felt believable. The little de [...]

    25. I received this direct from the Author in exchange for an honest review.Sue Wyshynski has definitely made it to my top favourite Authors!The Butterfly Code captivated me and all my attention from the very first page, this read is excellent. A fast paced and thrilling story that has you on the edge of your seat wanting more.This is a master piece of a story it's not just exciting with an alluring romance but such an interesting story line. Sue manages to drag you upside down into a swirling whirl [...]

    26. *** I got an ARC of the book, "Girl On Fire" in exchange for an honest review***Its my first time reviewing a book, so here goes nothing:It was my first time reading a book by Sue Wyshynski and one thing I can tell you for sure, she can write, and she can write well, not just story wise but also grammatically. Its usually a no-no for me if the writing goes amiss, both characterization wise and diction wise.The pace of the book, for most part was pretty decent but a few times, it either got a bit [...]

    27. Girl On Fire by Sue Wyshynski**I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.**I don't even know where to start on this but I guess let's start with what I like about this book. I liked the flow of the book. From beginning to end things were constantly happening. There were never any dull moments. I liked the premise of the story. You have genetically altered people roaming around who are trying to avoid military scientists who want to experiment on them. What I didn't like was [...]

    28. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to look across the room and feel a spark of recognition with someone you have never met or when music plays in the background as you look into each other’s eyes as he drives down the street? What do you do when this connection consumes your every waking moment? You follow that line and see where it could lead. At least, that is what Aeris does when she meets Hunter. Aeris is a young woman that has recently graduated Julliard, has her future set in s [...]

    29. ***Copy provided for the exchange of an honest review***Im not a big spoiler cause I want you to take a chance like I did Im not a big reader of paranormal romance but this book really captures my attention to give it a try. I must say I love meeting new author and this is the first book that I read from Ms. Sue Wyshynski and Im glad that I did.Aeris Thorne is a talented musician. The summer shes taking a visit her father before she starts her dreams, she met this mysterious/well known to the to [...]

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