Kill Switch is a very solid sci-fi thriller that kept me turning pages. Throughout I was interested to see what happened next and was peering over my shoulder along with the protagonist. And then I got to the last 20 odd percent of the story and my head started to spin and I closed the last page and went, "WTF just happened?" (again, in a good way)
Did the author purposefully lull me into a false sense of security with some clumsy elements along the way? Or did he know what he had at the end and couldn't quite craft a build up that lived up to it? I'm still not quite sure, but I'm glad I took the dive.
Some minor nitpicking
- The characters express a lack of technical knowledge at some points that could likely be solved with Google.
- there's some lovesickness that feels a little juvenile
Overall a very worthy addition to your bookshelf. You'll read it more than once