This book was captivating from the very start!
Its a slightly I[ really enjoyed how the author created the interweave that was the interplanatary corporations and the Ministry.
His clever creation of the different corporate bodies was very nicely done. I particularly like the twists and turns of the powerful people at the top.
As the story unfolded, I became very attached to Ka. At first he is totally obnoxious, but later on he becomes so much more detailed and complex. He is a complicated character who goes on a long personal journey within himself, to deal with his remorse over a terrible act that he foolishly committed. And although he didn't do it deliberately; he must pay for it, and pay he does, at the hands of a man who looks like a mountain. There is also a teenage boy called Dylan, who got under my skin. He's such a good lad and he's only trying to look after his brother, and his single mother. Things aren't going well for him, his mother and his younger brother.
I liked this well written story. It carries you along nicely, as it weaves in and out of chapter after chapter. There are some big fish in this intergalactic pond, and Ka is at the bottom of the pecking order. Many people's lives are about to change, but who stands to gain the most, the street crook? Or the corporate crooks? Either way, it's gonna be a serious struggle.
If you are looking for a story that has huge potential to turn into a true interplanatary extravaganza, then go for this book!I am excited about the rest of the series to come, and I think you'll love it.
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