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The Days of Tao Hardcover – April 30, 2016
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Cameron Tan wouldn't have even been in Greece if he hadn't gotten a 'D' in Art History. Instead of spending the summer after college completing his training as a Prophus operative, he's doing a study abroad program in Greece, enjoying a normal lifespending time with friends and getting teased about his crush on a classmate. Then the emergency notification comes in: a Prophus agent with vital information needs immediate extraction, and Cameron is the only agent on the ground, responsible for getting the other agent and data out of the country. The Prophus are relying on him to uncomplicate things. Easy. Easy, except the rival Genjix have declared all-out war against the Prophus, which means Greece is about to be a very dangerous place. And the agent isn't the only person relying on Cameron to get them safely out of the countryhis friends from the study abroad program are, too. Cameron knows a good agent would leave them to fend for themselves. He also knows a good person wouldn't. Suddenly, things aren't easy at all. The Days of Tao is the latest in the popular Tao series from award-winning author, Wesley Chu. Following after The Rebirths of Tao, this novella carries on the fast-moving and fun tone of the series.
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A couple issues I do have with this novella (and they are minor) are as follows. The story ends much too quickly. I'll be anxiously watching for the followup novel (or novella), but I want to strangle Wes for making me wait. I also have to acknowledge that if you haven't read the previous three book series, you might not completely understand what's at stake or what's going on. For the most part it's clear, but there is the possibility that some readers might miss the significance of some of the details. At the end of the day however, it is a really good book and worth taking the time to read. Nice job, Wes.
I'll pay 75% more for your work if you supply 200% more story and words.
Tao has a ways to go yet in the series and I'd gladly pay you handsomely to make this sh*t up for me.
Compelling characters and concept, fast read.
Mr. Chu is a major force in post-millennial science fiction.
Yeah. Like that.