In a conformist society that reincarnates, insurgents are eliminated by erasing the memory of past lives. A reluctant hero escapes the dead forever process, but stricken with amnesia, he begins a quest to awaken his memory then confront the enemy. Eager t
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1 . Surprisingly good
Posted December 07, 2011 by Dottie , NicholasvilleAfter reading some of the other reviews, I was not so sure I should bother reading this one, but I was pleasantly surprised. It was original, which is hard to be in this world of unending copiers, and was easy to read. I liked the main character enough to make me want to cheer him on. It was not the BEST book I have ever written, but was certainly enjoyable. I liked it enough to purchase the next in the series (which was the point of offering this one free, huh?) and will probably check out the rest of the series as well. Thank you Mr. Campbell for the entertainment.
2 . Starts well but it's downhill from there.
Posted July 14, 2011 by Vin , HoustonThe first two chapters are good.
It's a clicheto have the amnesiac hero chased by faceless agents but it is written very well, there is plenty of action and some nice humour in these chapters.
Everything goes downhill once the hero meets up with his team and we get a mixture of adolescent awkwardness with a dull sci-fi world, rather than having a story expose the world our hero is given a guided tour only recovering his memories when everything has been slowly explained.
The supporting cast are annoying cliches, the sex kitten, the sulky child and the sensible but patronising and irritating one.
The ending is really boring.
There is nothing original here.
January 24, 2010
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