- File Size: 815 KB
- Print Length: 756 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Mozaika Publications (June 22, 2015)
- Publication Date: June 22, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ZEBI24G
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,249 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The premise of the series wasn't bad, different types of telepaths at odds with each other, with an interesting twist on how it works. Unfortunately, the unlikeable characters didn't make them people I wanted to read about. Two stars is only because I liked the initial premise.
However, the series seemed confused on what it wanted to be. At times, the book was a fast-paced action thriller/romance. Other times, I felt like I'd stumbled into a wordy, teen drama. The overly long dialogue, coupled with the odd focus on non-important elements almost made me quit. For example, whenever the author mentioned guns, they were simply that ... guns. No distracting detail to slow down the story. We get it. We've seen a million guns in movies, and the author deals with it well. However, when he mentions his iPhone, you'd think Apple payed him to talk about how great they are. There were way too many words wasted on insignificant things like this in some parts. But he picked it back up at the end, and had me hooked just enough so that I finished it.
Overall, I enjoyed this story. Great ideas, good character development, and a story that had me wanting to know more. Not perfect, but overall, the good outweighed the bad for an enjoyable read.
The concept isn't one a new one, there is a lot of literature around that trope, but the spin Zales take to it is unique and rarely have I seen such well standing logic for time-stopping.
And who would review a novel without talking about the content?
The action is well paced, with good plot twists. The little downside was that many were visible from a distance, even if some where vague until the last moment (but the ones that weren't, and I am thinking about one in particular that is coming near the end of the book, just rocked me off my chair). Yet, the characters were surprisingly sympathetic despite the fact that they were slightly cliche. You got the hero with unfathomable powers, a kick ass fiery girl, the gentle nerd, the bad ass fighter... Yet, all had a surprising spin and were well mastered, so I wasn't too distracted by it.
And I will not forget that I learned a bit about Russian culture while reading, which is a interesting plus and made the whole universe of the books stand together.
So, if I liked it so much, why 4 stars?
Well, I feel that the first book (the second one in the series) was unnecessary. I would have liked to see some elements of that book become revenant in the plot, and while it was an as enjoyable read as the two others and that Mira is a character who's story I would read every day of the week, I missed the big moment of truth where I would just sit wide-eyed and think 'this was from Mira's story!' I can't think of any elements right now, so if they were any, they were not 'flashy' enough.
But I hope that this down note will not keep any readers away, because that was a read I don't regret.
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I liked the concept and use of the “mind space”, the efficient descriptions of everything, the action, the pace, the dialogue, the character...Read more
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Can't wait t they learn the intent of concision !