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Posted November 24, 2013
A nice interlude b/w Clean and Sharp. Getting more of a sense of the main character, a little more of his past. The interaction between him and Cherabino are as tense as ever and continue where they left off in Clean. I'm liking this character more and more. It's his struggle to do what's right, no matter what it costs him. And it often costs him a lot. Makes you hope he'll catch a break someday. Maybe on Sharp. We'll see. Going straight on to Sharp!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 25, 2013
I've loved Alex Hughes's Mindspace series. Truly remarkable dystopian futuristic mysteries. This novella fit beautifully between books 1 and 2, moved the overall story forward and was as captivating as the full-length novels (I've thoroughly enjoyed 1 and 2). My only hesitation in awarding 5 stars....this novella had a seriously too-abrupt ending.
Still, Mindspace fans will find it a very worthwhile and enjoyable read.
Posted July 10, 2013
Posted May 8, 2013
This is an an interesting book from an author new to me. Even though this was a novella it still felt unfinished at the end of the story. I felt it was unrealistic to have a police officer follow the main character (a police consultant) around on a daily basis. I don't know of any police department in any age or century or genre that has this kind of money and personnel. The story did seem to flow okay even with its brevity. And I felt myself rooting for the main character, Adam, hoping that his telepathy came back. I look forward to finishing "Sharp" and going back to the beginning and reading "Clean".Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.