I think I actually enjoyed the first half of the book more than the second. Kira learning what she was and what she could do, how she grew into her abilities. The second half, the sort of government side of it, I wasn't so bothered about. Good overtaking evil is always nice but I wasn't interested in that aspect of this story.
It was an interesting concept, something I'd not read before and something that kept me reading. Everyone talks and interact using their minds and touching is something rather sacred as the emotions that are exchanged can be very overwhelming and intimate.
It intrigued me into wondering where the author would take it and I was a little disappointed by the government wanting a piece of them. It seemed kinda cliché but at the same time it was quite good.
I don't think I'll be continuing the series.