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Pick this book up, you'll probably enjoy it.
It's not _simply_ that the story grabs hold of you and wont' let go; but also that the witty repartee and humour are not particularly effective lullabies.
The humour, unlike some in sf, always leads one to laugh with the characters, not at them -- or at the genre. Sometimes the humour is the 'laugh out loud' variety, more often it brings a wry grin or simply a wide smile. As a side note, Mr. LeClerc has the ability to take a time-worn cliché, dress it in new clothes, and take it dancing.
Pretty much all of my reviews are 5 star; I don't bother, usually, unless I really liked the book. I suspect, having read this far, that you will like it too.
Picture the blue collar version of Roger Zelazny's "Chronicles of Amber" Series. Instead of our extraordinary man being an aristocrat, he's a regular working class Joe. Like Zelazny's characters, he has special abilities and a hidden past. That's the flavor of the book.
Hope there's more coming.
Definitely a book I'll read again.
It is also well written and edited! This is important to me because I hate having to interrupt the flow of reading to try to figure out what a misspelled word or badly punctuated sentence is supposed to mean.
I hope Mr. LeClerc has written more in this vein as I will be looking for them now that I have discovered him.