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The only bad thing that I would mention, is that because of all the different elements and the way that the story progressed, I really felt that there were two different books here. And the story still isn’t finished yet. There will be a sequel. This book took me a month to read, which is very uncommon. There are a couple of major climactic points where I think she could have ended book 1, and then created book two. The second part of the book had a very different feel than the first, which also would have been easier to handle if she had made it two books.
But it was a great read. I will definitely read it again when the next book comes out. Yeah, the next book is going on my TBR as well.
Initially, the story might feel like a drag for those who are expecting a totally science fiction book. But things get really interesting around 8% or so. The book is quite long, and I think it could have been shorter. Despite that, none of the scenes felt excruciatingly long or forced in.
I love the world Audrey Auden has created. I hope we will see technology described in the book implemented ubiquitously into consumer gadgets someday soon. The supernatural and "afterlife" aspects of the story genuinely made me question my own world and existence, kind of like the "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" series.
Realms Unreel was a page-turner and a work of amazing quality. I am now impatiently waiting for the sequel, Bonds Endure.
I realize the reference has already been made, but this book is clearly heavily influenced by Snow Crash by the duly glorified Neal Stephenson, and that's a good thing. We could use more books like Snow Crash and more authors developing the cyberpunk sci-fi crossed with fantasy crossed with ancient religions genre. And I say that with only the slightest hint of irony.
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