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Last Pursuit (The Janus Group) Kindle Edition
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Desh is brave and driven. He's got a lot of killings done in his life, but this last one was the most important to him because it meant liberty. This book is a measly 18-page story but it is actually packed with action, suspense and thrilling scenes. The ending of Desh's Last Pursuit was quite a bombshell, it actually shook my world. On the last couple of pages in the book, I was left wondering and worrying about Desh's final destination but there's this also the completeness that I felt at the end. Like a smorgasbord of emotions. Piers Platt definitely delivered a one-of-a-kind story!
The pacing was really good (a little fast) and the overall feel of the book was that it’s incredibly short, but overall I still found myself to really enjoy it. The characters weren’t really explained, but I liked the ones that I met. I’d be curious to see where Platt takes the Janus Group series.
An interesting short story. The only real problem is that the story is just too short. Don't get me wrong, the story is complete but I just didn't want it to end.
This brief short story (18 pages) packs a real punch. It's science fiction AND dystopian (I sure wouldn't want to be part of the protagonist's Guild, or one of its targets), and it's tightly constructed. I loved the ending.
I'm definitely going to get started on the Janus Group series...in fact, I'm going to download and start the series right now.