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Deviant (Karma Police Book 4) Kindle Edition
From the bestselling authors of Yesterday's Gone and WhiteSpace.
One more day in a body that doesn’t belong to me. Another day further from a life I can’t remember.
I am a Jumper. Waking up in a new body almost every day. A traveler, learning the rules as I go.
I search for answers in every Jump, try to figure out what’s happening to me. Usually, I learn nothing.
But on this Jump I’m hurled into the body of a young girl running for her life—a girl who knows not only that I’m inside her, but exactly who I am.
Now I’m waking in bodies with strange powers, as well as the men and women who are chasing them — members of a secret organization spearheaded by an evil genius who may hold the keys to revealing my past.
But not without a cost.
★★★★★ "Deviant is a great addition to the Karma Police series. The book starts to provide some answers to the mysteries introduced the first three books." -- Agony is the script for my Requiem
★★★★★ "I thought this book was fast paced and exciting; the prose easy to read and comprehend. A thrilling, intriguing tale of mystery and suspense." --
★★★★★ "Very interesting story, keeps your mind really into the whole thing." -- Linda J. Tecce
★★★★★ "I am a huge fan of the Kharma Police series. Actually, a huge fan of Sterling & Stone's whole lineup." -- Dave Horton
★★★★★ "Collective Inkwell at their best, this story takes the already very good Karma Police series to a whole new level! Can't wait to see Ella's mystery unfold." -- Jarkko Laine
Deviant is the fourth book in the Karma Police series, for fans of Quantum Leap, Minority Report, and Person of Interest.
- ASIN : B073NK5GCY
- Publisher : Sterling & Stone (July 1, 2017)
- Publication date : July 1, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 1984 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 95 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,880,548 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- #4,424 in Two-Hour Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Short Reads
- #8,864 in Paranormal Suspense
- #19,088 in Two-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads
- Customer Reviews:
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Really into the whole thing.
To my relief, though, reading Deviant was like slipping on an old, comfortable pair of boots I'd forgotten in the back of the closet. David Wright's prose is crisp and clear, sparse yet ebullient. When David is hitting on all eight cylinders, as he has for the entirety of the Karma Police series, he never gives the reader an unnecessary word but still paints a vivid story.
The first three Karma Police books raise more questions than they answer. Not so with Deviant. The plot line races forward, filling in a lot of the blanks from previous books, creating new questions of its own, and dropping several bombshells. It zigs and zags, and zigs again, but doesn't leave the reader feeling frustrated. The authors introduce a truly detestable villain, and do a wonderful job plumbing the emotions of being over your head in a situation you just don't understand.
Just when you think you everything is going to be revealed Deviant zags one last time, setting up the series finale in a masterful way. Bottom line- Deviant is a great story wonderfully told.
This Kindle e-book was approximately 86 printed pages and sold for $2.99 at the time of writing this review.
General Theme (minor spoilers)
Ella, our reluctant heroine. continues to jump from one body to another on a near daily basis; but now there appears to be a pattern emerging. The people she's temporarily inhabiting are beginning to give some hints as to the underlying reason for all this mystery... or are they?
Some thoughts on "Deviant"...
It's been a little while since Book 3, so the first part of this tale is written in such a way as to refresh our memories on how we arrived at the present situation.
I thought this book was fast paced and exciting; the prose easy to read and comprehend.
A thrilling, intriguing tale of mystery and suspense.
Looking forward to Book 5
Top reviews from other countries
So far, I've paid $16 for the first four books, and from what I can see, there's at least two more books. I'm a bit disappointed, especially since in book three, the author promised his loyal readers longer books for the series. I would wait for them to bundle these books before dropping down your money.
I'm not against serial novels. I own both the Invasion and Yesterday's Gone series and purchased the books seperately. However, I just feel like the Karma Police series is being stretched for profit. Consider that the first three books I read in about 2.5 hours each and the last book took me just over 1.5 hours.
Same fast paced page turner as the previous 3 books. Thoroughly enjoyed it. At least there's only a short wait for the next two this time around. Well done guys