Smoke & Mirrors builds on the world set up in the first two books in the series, and does so without disappointing.
You may think that for Dahlia Nite has already been through enough for several lifetimes, and you’d be right. But since escaping from Drimera she has…
elepathy. Just a far-fetched bit of science fiction “hocus pocus.” But is it? With today’s giant leaps forward in technology and biotechnology, with people constantly surrounded by sophisticated yet invisible communication networks, and with a rapidly increasing understanding of the brain’s inner workings . . . is it so hard to imagine that we might be able to develop direct mind-to-mind communication?
Grant has created a story that will interest gamers, role players, and fans of stories like Ready Player One.
The characters are interesting enough in the real world, but it’s not until they enter the game world that …
Very simply put, Donaldson hits a home run with this second book in the series.
The Queen’s Viper was a great book in its own right, but Wrath of Atticus builds on what we have learned of Viper and her worlds (past and present) and ramps everything up several levels. But Viper still knows very little about who she is, and what has happened to shape the person that she has become.
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