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"Very creepy how an organized group of "like thinkers" somewhat similar to "the Borg" of "Star Trek" got under my skin - talk about paranoia . . . now I want to go off the grid so the Legion cannot find me (lol).
The characters lured me into their psychs (good and bad) in such a manner that I became a part of the character(s) themselves ! I felt sooo awful for the ones that suffered, died . . . cheered the "hero(es)" on, and wanted the "bad guys" to "get theirs", so to speak.
Not only did reading "Legion" speak to my inner paranoia concerning "someone is out to get me", Swartwood's writing ran together very smoothly, the story line was both intriguing, frightening and took time for me to put the puzzle pieces together - which I find to be a wonderful bonus in books - - - this is one of the reasons I go back to find more books written by the same author.
Books that do not peak my curiosities may be fun to read; however, not one that I shall re-read.
I am in such admiration of Mr. Swartwood's writing that I will be purchasing some of his earlier works very soon.
Note: I did receive an ARC of Legion, but as you can see, I have purchased a copy. Yep - I liked it just that much, and you will also!
Intriguing storyline with realistic procedures, actions and reactions. Believable characters with distinct personalities. Thought-provoking dialogue.
No desire to re-read this story. I am interested in other works by this author.
Legion is a conspiracy thriller where it seems the entire world is out to get our hero. Part of the fun of these types of books (at least for me) is thinking about what I would do if I were in the protagonist’s situation.
Swartwood kept me guessing with plenty of twists and turns. This was the most exciting book I’ve read in a long while.
This is technically a prequel of sorts to the Man of Wax series, but it could easily be read and enjoyed as a stand-alone novel if you haven’t read MoW.