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The story flowed well, as the book is well edited. It was nice not to have to re-read sections, due to an incorrect word being used.
His characters were well developed and their motivations were clear and reasonable. Through multiple character’s actions, interactions, and discussions, the author slowly builds suspense as we learn more and more about what’s going on.
I had problems with the thought that the subject of a genetic experiment would be allowed to return to society during evaluation, especially when he was expected to have some violent tendencies. The author indicated that the researchers thought that the test subject would feel calmer in familiar surroundings like his home. Seems more reasonable to me to keep him contained, maybe on an old military base, while testing his new abilities.
My only complaint was that one of the main characters had a last name of “Grace”. I had no problem if a sentence started with “Agent Grace”, but every time a sentence started with “Grace ...”, my mind immediately thought female and was expecting a new character to appear, especially during a scene when “Grace” first visited the medical center with females around. Took me awhile to overcome that.
It’s a little long, but overall it’s a decent read, and worth your time.
So, the story line is believable and the author's talent pulls one right into the story. Good job!