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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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Jason brings to life the futuristic civilization centered around Esh and even takes the time to explain much of the technology without making it sound like you're reading a manual. To me the novel echos so much of what goes on in society today that my hair stood on end while reading this captivating tale. I can't wait to see how Rena develops along with one of my quickly rising favorites, Dal. Another well though out character in this series is Lukas, he's one of those characters that you never really know what to think of him and could still quite possibly be a key wildcard later in the story.
The final twist at the end of this novel leaves me wanting more. I'd say the wait is the hardest part, but it's something that I wouldn't want rushed. A masterful story takes time and I know in the end when the next installment is released it will have been well worth the wait. Again, no amount of words of praise could possibly do justice to how magnificent this story is, and is becoming.
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"Despite popular belief, she was beginning to think that truth was not always discovered by consensus … but sometimes obscured by...Read more
Great book for teens. I think it can improve once they get out of Esh. I would recommend for teens.Read more