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There's a great voice to this one. Really sharp and smart and a bit smartassed. The main character's a tech geek with some real balls and an attitude, but it's the kind that makes you like him and root for him from the beginning.
The characters are diverse alright, from several different cultures which plays beautifully into the unfolding action and intrigue. The tech detail is there but not in infodumps or dry monologues. Honestly, if you have a smartphone and you like it, you'll probably get and really enjoy this book.
The writer reading this did want to object to a few of his choices, mostly being downright ballsy with POV in a way I think honestly worked but probably wouldn't have gotten past most trad-pub editors. But that's the beauty of self-pub, isn't it? A very nice thing to find is that it was beautifully proofread. Oh, it wasn't perfect, but there were no more occasional typos than you would find in any book put out by a traditional publisher.
It was a great read, really. I hear there's another one coming from Jerry before too awfully long. I'll be looking forward to it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This fast-paced techno thriller has great characters, snappy dialogue, and an intense plot. I could NOT put it down! Thanks for the read, Gentry!Published on October 10, 2012 by william lamey
Absolutely loved SYN:FIN!!! Jerry L. Gentry pulled a new idea out of nowhere, and made it one hell of a thrill ride. Very refreshing and enjoyable, and very hard to put down.Published on February 4, 2012 by Amazon Customer
This is a must read - high tech suspense at its best. Author is thorough and entertaining, would recommend to friends.Published on January 7, 2012 by ad
It takes a talented writer to make technology, and its inherent bounty of information, a pulse-pounding thrill ride. I think of Tom Clancy and Michael Crichton. Read morePublished on December 22, 2011 by Dani Amore