The storyline is not bad, but the publishers summary led me to expect a sci-fi story, not a sci-fi-fantasy, heavily weighed towards fantasy. I prefer ..Show More »my sci-fi to have at least a semblance of plausibility, and to my annoyance, new age concepts like channeling dead spirits, clairvoyance, and psychics are central to the world the author has created.
It's fine for a story to have those, but a story like that is just not my cup of tea, and I wish I'd known prior to buying the book.
Apart from that, the writing is good, and it's not a bad story at all. Just not for me. I'm in a strange situation now - I'm by nature a completionist, and hate to drop a story mid way through, so I'm considering whether I have to get book 2 as well, even though I felt kinda conned into a story I would not have bought had I known beforehand about it revolving around supernatural elements, and the SCIENCE part of this fiction being quite peripheral.
Hugely disappointed with this book, as I loved the first in the series. Runner had such good pacing and such diversity in the set of characters and i..Show More »ts mission was a valiant one. 3/4 of the way through Logos Run the writing was on the wall that the book was likely not going to end well. What a disturbingly abrupt and unsatisfying ending, I wish I had stopped after book one. The performance was great across both books but the finality just left me disappointed in every way.