Sourcebooks Fire, 2016
The team from The Six are back again. They’re still learning and using their supercomputer brains to make innovative robot bodies for battle. But inside the glitz and glamour, they’re still teenagers who are struggling to find their place in a world that doesn’t even know they exist. When their nemesis Sigma reappears, this time with biological weapons, the team will be tested to their limits once again. Can they prevail?
I enjoyed The Siege as much as I enjoyed The Six, the first book in the series. Alpert continues to explore ordinary teen existential questions through this group of teens turned robots. Their innovative robot bodies were easy to picture from the clever descriptions. The pace throughout is fast and thrilling.
I received an electronic copy of The Siege from Netgalley and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review.