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Reborn City: A Novel (Volume 1) Paperback – November 1, 2013
About the Author
Rami Ungar is a student at Ohio Sate University who is studying History and English. For Rami, scaring people and writing are two of his greatest talents, so merging them is like a marriage of two great loves. His influences include Stephen King, Anne Rice, and James Patterson. When not writing, Rami enjoys reading, watching TV, and sneaking up on people when they least expect it. In addition to blogging and writing and publishing horror fiction, Rami is also a writer and administrator for the blog Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors and works at Ohio State University’s Student Financial Aid office. His bucket list includes getting a bed made from a coffin, a hearse converted into his personal Scare-mobile, and running down the street in an actual Dalek suit yelling “Exterminate! Exterminate!” But before he can get to any of that, he has to do his homework.
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SPOILER ALERT: This book took an unexpected turn. About halfway into it, it became apparent that the main gang members were special, and it was the unusual interest a shady government operation was showing in them that really pulled me in. There is an awesome genetic engineering component that I love in books and movies. The gang's backstory was one of the best I'd ever read. This is a book that didn't disappoint the sci-fi thriller lover in me. In my opinion, this would make a great movie.
As a warning, there is a lot of cussing. The violence wasn't all that bad (maybe a PG-13).
Characters are well-developed and the world that the author creates is quite believable--even with the superpowers of the Hydra members. I am looking forward to the sequel as there is definitely some unfinished business.