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My only regret is now I have to wait for the next one to come out!
BUT that is not a bad thing. There is enough worldbuilding here to stand on its own and it is always better do do a great copy than a bad invention.
That said Id like to just list the pro and cons that caught my eye:
+ Its a world that is vastly different from ours but feels very alive and "real"
+ Very good editing and hardly any spelling mistakes (which is pretty remarkable for self-publishing)
+ strong and very engaging characters. You WILL start to feel for the main heroine!
- The main heroine is abused, raped and mindcontrolled. Tortured and abused. Alone and desperate. She goes down a slope of pain and suffering. And then the book ends. Everybody who knows the Shadowrun magic system realizes the "escape" wont last.
- There are storythreads that just end. Like Berlusconi and his former partner meet to investigate the murder. And never been heard from again....
- Her "Uncle" turns into such a monster that you will start rooting for the "Alien Spirit" and hope he gets Leeth. Simply because he actully is less bad. Which results in the suspense being a bit off during reading.
- If you get emotinally attached to your protagonists then this is not for you. Plain and simple. There is too much suffering and pain and no light at the end of the tunnel.
So, yes, Shadowrun was always a somewhat dark and dystopian future. But this here is FAR darker still. Also I like dark and dystopian storys this one is too much so. It will cause you actual emotional pain. Which of course speaks for the talent of the author.
This, like the previous volume, is a great cross-genre paranormal book. Lots of action, plenty of mystery, mystical characters, a search for love, and horror/terror story as a bonus. Highly Recommended
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