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- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publication date : August 21, 2019
- Print length : 81 pages
- ASIN : B07VB4X3JX
- File size : 360 KB
- Publisher : Abaddon Books (August 21, 2019)
- Language: : English
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,118,544 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I’m glad I gave this book a chance because the female lead, Judge Anderson, is a pretty down to earth character who’s just trying to help people out and stay true to herself while living in a pretty interesting post-apocalyptic style universe that rewards harshness and ruthlessness more than anything else.
The story itself drew me in with the cop-mystery plot, while still managing to expand on this world a little without losing this newcomer reader. Although it does lose steam a little because the twist is rather straightforward, the ending still packs a punch to the gut since you’ll get attached to the characters.
I’d recommend to everyone, fans of the series (since there’s a neat setup that calls back to the main universe, from what I can tell) and even people who have no idea what Judge Dredd is about will probably like it.
Zina Hutton paints such a vivid picture of the tech-centric, claustrophobic, all-too-human setting of Wormwood Block. There's a strong focus on the lives of innocent bystanders intersecting with the mystery-of-the-week, keeping the world around the story busy even as Anderson herself is beset with debilitating headaches and workplace antagonism.
I feel that I learned much more about the setting than about Judge Anderson herself, but the plot wraps up with such satisfying inevitability that I'm torn between wanting a longer book VS. simply wanting *another* book by Hutton.
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That said, I went through this in one sitting. Not because it gripped me, but for the sake of completion.
Psi is part of the 2000AD universe, it just doesn't work for me.