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I was a bit surprised when I heard this book went through an editor. There were still quite a few errors throughout.
The underlying ideas of a sort of spirit energy, and that we could create a portal to the afterlife were interesting, although the repetitive descriptions of the technology became tiresome. I felt like the POV changes to the other characters could have been cut out entirely and the story would have been both shorter and stronger.
It wasn't a bad book, it was just in need of a lot of tightening up and cleaning.
There are some issues with the book - Aaron's use of language is sometimes a little idiosyncratic, for example, but this is a fast paced book that promises action from the outset and delivers it. The pace does not let up, and best of all, he delivers on the storyline, following through to the climax of the book, and even leaving the way open for a sequels. What's crucial about this is that the sequel is not essential - he's told the whole story he set out to tell, I think - you don't need another book to wrap things up.
The characters are strong, as another reviewer said, and I agree that the antagonist has reasonable motives - you really understand where the antagonist is coming from, even though you're rooting for "the good guys." The pacing is great, too. Reminiscent of a summer action flick, but I can take this one to the beach with me. ;)
I read a lot of sci-fi fantasy and it's rare for me to come upon a book that captures me from start to finish. I real treat and something I wasn't expecting, and I'm glad I stumbled across Spirit Hackers on Amazon Unlimited. I look forward to reading Aaron's boods for years to come.
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