Mislabeled mediocre sci-fi
Mostly apathy as the characters I had become fond of in the actual "series" predecessor books were completely absent from this book. The character development was fine and there was some development but the ending was far from satisfactory or even relevant to the story lines of the first two books.
Gurner's performance was exemplary as always.
No. Not really.
This book lacks almost all of the drama and character interactions of the first two. It also lacks ANY of the characters from the first two books and at no time in the book does the daemon even get mentioned or implied.This book is NOT a part of the series started with the brilliant Daemon and continued in Freedom(TM) and bears no connectiuon to it other than some random similarity by virtue of time and technology.Do NOT buy this if you are expecting to continue in the Daemon storylines as they do not exist in this book. Calling it part three of a series is disturbingly dishonest as this book shares none of the story of the first two books, none of the characters and none of the basic plot of the first books at all.As a standalone story in the techno thriller genre this book is well written and has some interesting developments but is not up to the levels of character and story of either of the first two books.
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