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4.0 out of 5 starsGood story. The author needs an editor though.
Reviewed in the United States on June 28, 2019
Interesting story. I'm probably going to finish the series. Only complaint is that the story reads like it was written by a freshman undergrad for English 101. The story is good, but the author needs to spend a little more time fleshing out the details. Once his writing style matures, he's going to turn out some great books.
A good follow-on to the first book. I enjoyed the personal relationships in the story as well as the main plot line. The only slight drawback is that there was a lot of talk about seismic activity in the area that was just allowed to drop at the end. No resolution to that and no follow-up in the final book of the trilogy. That left me wanting a bit more even though it was really a background to the main story line to give the protagonists a way to develop their powers.
4.0 out of 5 starsJack Knapp has found a great way to bring you into his world of combat ...
Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2014
Jack Knapp has found a great way to bring you into his world of combat wizards and with his unique approach to story telling- which leads you to hang on every word... always wondering where the story is going next. His attention to details make you feel as if you were drawn into the very story itself. (Spoiler: will New Mexico explode into a giant volcano or not? I am waiting and wanting to know!! Lots of new ideas in this series and a great read!
Funny in a weird way: I liked how the book didn't take itself too seriously. just like in RL nothing too extaordinary happens if you ignore the ESP. and it seems the average guy with ESP is still trying hard to find ways to make money. It was an agreeable change from the usual saving the world/universe drama. the first book had more action, but I enjoyed this one more.
T and Ray continue to explore their powers and find ways to use them for good. The story is grounded and detailed, making even extra sensory powers seem plausible as a real-world thing, perhaps even a bit mundane. This is a refreshing and enjoyable read about believable characters who have developed super-human abilities. I plan to continue with the third book of the series.