Moyers's main plot is somewhat crude at first. Michael's vigilantism seems fated to end badly, and the convenient participation in the new love interest and her decision to hide him come off as stereotypically formulaic plotting. There's a hint that there's going to be more to the story. There's the potential for more than an action/crime story here. There are social and political elements that could come into play, given the circumstances of the violence and the protagonist's background. Those more complex and challenging ideas aren't to be found here, but Moyers has laid the foundation. It remains to be seen if he taps that potential or follows a more predictable path. Read Full Review
Half a good book, great story idea, but poorly conveyed in the end. That is how I would begin this series from fledgling Septagon Studios. If the writers decide to tighten up the story and stick with what makes this story great, it could recover quite well. The problem is if you start the book off like this, many readers will recognize it as "average" and move on before they give this title a chance. Read Full Review
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