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This multi-dimensional story has many layers to it, part crime mystery, science fiction, dream meditative states, astral projection, alternative reality with a game portal like feel with great characters, good pacing with enough twists and turns to keep you intrigued as you travel through the octaves.
Aislen’s brain is waking up or she is finally allowing some mental walls to come down and she is battling with her sense of what we perceive as standard reality to a very frightening new plane of existence. She is dreaming about a father she thought abandoned her and her mother. In her dream mind he is telling her he never really left her and appearing to leave her and her mother was for their protection for her to lead a normal life.
As she is grappling with the violence of one of her dreams coming true and processing that she may have inside information that no one would believe plus trying very hard not to freak out that she may be losing her mind. Aislen is finding herself walking the thin line of insanity or being able to take a mind blowing trip to unheard of dimensions if she can keep it together.
Raze master level mind manipulator is thrown for a loop when Aislen stumbles upon what he considers his private domain “Demesne”. Her raw power at first knocks him off kilter with his carefully laid public facade. As he finds out more about Aislen he is drawn to the irresistible lure of her raw energy. He is at war with himself; he is the hired gun for Stratum and has never had an issue fulfilling any of their wet work directives. He has now made allowances for both Aislen and for Mathis a cop that has had some uncanny insight into the possibility that the game may be more than just a game.
Aislen and Raze are on a journey that will eventually lead them to each other. Raze needs to find out how Aislen was able to access what he considered inaccessible by an outsider and end her. While Aislen needs to learn how to control her newly acquired gifts and whom she can trust as she tries to stay a step ahead of many factions that want her unique gifts for themselves.
One of the reasons for the 4 star rating was how the female characters were handled. It’s become so cliché that female seems to lose IQ points when a cute or hot guy speaks to them. The character seems to resort to giddy high school babble and their dialogue just revolves around how cute the guy is. It seems to take a while for any real substance to enter into their heads after first meeting. Aislen went back and forth between being flattered that Troy said cute guy liked her. One minute he was just a co-worker, the next minute how dare he smile at another woman after telling her he liked her. Then we can’t forget the over sexed or sexualized best friend/roommate that always seems to be paired with the virginal or very close to being a virgin female character, you know the friend that does all of the innuendo or hits on the guy. Which we could have a strong female lead that was able to have a conversation with a cute guy, acknowledge he’s cute and move on with their intelligence intact, without this standard gushy nonsensical fare that a lot of authors have been doing.
An interesting first part of a series. It's a relatively lengthy read with interesting characters and plot. The plot had some parts I didn't quite expect. It's definitely worth the read.
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I enjoyed the story and I will be reading book 2
Quite a long read but an enjoyable read.Read more