- File Size: 1302 KB
- Print Length: 249 pages
- Publisher: EDGE-Lite (November 13, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076K9F6NQ
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- Lending: Enabled
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The Last Iteration (The Spartan Labyrinth Book 1) Kindle Edition
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It begins with Hanian and Ciege, a pair of hardened soldiers on opposite ends of a long-standing civil war. They wake in world of white, seemingly devoid of life and logic. Pushing aside their misgivings, they traverse through the labyrinth only to find they are not alone. Others appear without any memory as to how or why they got there, but each carry with them their own hopes and secrets that impact not only their survival, but the world’s.
The Last Iteration is well-told through its richly-strewn characters that range from pitiful, to seductive, to amusing. The plot is enticing, spawning a dream-like mystery that is one of Mel Arthur ‘s greatest achievements in crafting this novel. It lures that reader in such a way that they feel like one the characters —pushed unwittingly through a maze like mouse trying to find the cheese. It leaves the reader at the mercy of the author, yearning to find what or who is pulling the strings.
I thoroughly enjoyed this novel, especially as it was the author’s debut novel and will be looking for her work in the future.
And, here, a group of seemingly disconnected and opposing people are somehow plopped out of their lives and dropped into an endless labyrinth with no rhyme or reason. They don’t even know what they are supposed to do or even if they are all alone. And, fearsome elements beat down upon them and monsters that multiply every time they appear. Will they retain their old grudges from the outside world ? Will they come to trust each other? To sacrifice for each other?
The writing style is easy to follow and a reader quickly becomes enveloped in this strange bizarro world they these people find themselves in. Well done.