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Demons of Cortanis (Cortanis Trilogy) (Volume 2) Paperback – November 18, 2015
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Like the first book, this one continues the exploration of the blurry areas between the gaming world and real life. This time the topic of that crossover made me wonder if this is something that's really possible in the real world (or will be soon). I think the fact that this series plays in the more plausible areas of science fiction (for the most part) makes it more relatable and believable.
Toward the end of this second book, the author strays away from this more plausible arena and drops a fairly big bombshell on the characters and thus the reader. I appreciate the risk and the creativity, but the book felt a little weaker to me at this point. That said, I'm invested in the characters and am eagerly awaiting the third book. I can't wait to see where this goes next and I have faith that the author will still be able to hold my attention with his character and plot development.
Alas, the biggest problem with reading a book series, waiting for the next book to come out.
CJ Weiland seems to have hit his writing stride in this book and it is an excellent follow up to his debut novel. I can't wait to read the next installment in the world of Cortanis!
The themes run political rather than philosophical, and you'll need to practice a little patience. Weiland delivers, though, and his attention to detail is admirable. If you read "Ghosts," you owe it to yourself to take on the Demons.