"There's a lot to like about this one... I think what struck me most was the world. This is not a pastiche of re-arranged science fiction tropes, but it is familiar. It's the LA we all know and love, but grittier, and more... run down. A very believable setting that Levesque manages to deliver without any awkward info dumps or voice-overs. All the world-painting strokes are tucked in and around the natural movements and activities of the characters, making the entire place feel very much lived in. And slightly sticky to the touch."--Jefferson Smith, Immerse or Die book reviews
"Levesque brings the goods. I really enjoyed reading "Strictly Analog".It's a story that should appeal to fans of early Gibson or Sterling. And now that our world is much closer to the cyberpunk vision of tomorrowthat was forecast decades ago, the story should appeal to contemporarydetective fiction fans too. "Strictly Analog" is highly recommended."--The New Podler Review of Books
"This world doesn't depend onparanormal elements but a vision of how technological advances andsocietal pressures could unite to create a world very different to thatwe experience daily. The main character, Ted Lomax, is strong andbelievable while the writing style, brisk and no-nonsense fits perfectly with the premise."--ABNA Expert Reviewer
*This review was of the manuscript version submitted to Amazon's Breakout Novel Awards competition in 2013.