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on February 24, 2012
This is a pretty good story. It kept me enthralled until the end. While good, there are some "issues" with the story. Like others have mentioned, there is very little character development for the main cast of characters, other than the main character. There are a few minor grammatical errors; something that could be fixed w/ more proof-reading (but surprisingly, not as bad as a lot of the independently published material out there). My biggest complaint is a serious lack of a backdrop to the series. Who are the Jung (I'm assuming they're humans...assumingly they're chinese/japanese/korean)? What was the bio-digital plague? How/why did it start? We know more about the Ta'Akar/rebel war than we do about the one that's supposedly about to befall Earth. I'll be honest, when I read the first book, I seriously thought it was the second book of the series due to the lack of a explanatory backdrop to the series. Aside from those issues, I'm looking forward to the next book in the series to come out.
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