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It can be a bit confusing as you first start, but just give it time and have faith in Somers writing skills.
Somers gritty story telling, the fast pace all out action, and colorful characters make this an entertaining read.
I recommend this series and book to anyone who likes Shadowrun, Cyberpunk or Escape from New York style stories.
The middle of the Avery Cates quintet continues the tale of Avery's descent. This book seems to be a tale of our favorite murderer rising, but it really begins the slope down to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bryan Creel
Cates keeps getting more real, the other characters are better filled in, the plot less wandering than the DP. Glad I came back.Published 5 months ago by Barrelman
Another excellent entry in The Avery Cates series. This one is a lot more in-depth, building on Avery's character from prior novels. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ashley D
First one was really, really good. This one developed into a path towards the end of the series. Kinda muddled in the middle but it definitely hints at what might be to come.Published 10 months ago by William Clemo
Once again Jeff Somers pits Avery Cates against the most impossible enemy and situation. True to form, Avery somehow survives and comes out ... Read morePublished 14 months ago by koko puffs
My brother purchased the Electric Church when Borders was closing down here in Indianapolis and he read it and then went out and purchased the other books from Amazon. Read morePublished 21 months ago by JEFlint
Book 3 of the Avery Cates Series. This one threw me for a loop as the structure is much different than the first two books. Read morePublished on May 6, 2012 by Jamil Bhatti
Last year I read a great book called The Digital Plague and this is a follow up to that great novel. It starts up shortly after the last book, and picks up the action right away. Read morePublished on January 17, 2012 by Nishi
It was a decent book. The plot was not very special, though it did randomly reference things from the first book in ways I had not even considered might be how it happened. Read morePublished on March 18, 2011 by Amazon Customer