Quis Custodiet (The Administration, #5 )
Where are all the good guys?No protests, no bombings, no subversion. Is it possible that in one part of the European Administration at least, almost all the citizens are happy with their lot in life? It seems unlikely. When the numbers don't add up at the Athens branch of the Investigation and... show more
Where are all the good guys?No protests, no bombings, no subversion. Is it possible that in one part of the European Administration at least, almost all the citizens are happy with their lot in life? It seems unlikely. When the numbers don't add up at the Athens branch of the Investigation and Interrogation Division, Para-investigator Toreth is sent there from New London to review their procedures. With sunshine, a less-than-urgent assignment, and hosts who seem anxious to ensure that he has a good time, it seems like the perfect chance for a holiday on Administration time.Or it would if he didn't have to leave Sara and the rest of his regular team behind. Working alone for once, as the investigation becomes more complex Toreth finds himself surrounded by people he can't trust. Worse than that, he has to leave Warrick on his own in New London, a situation further complicated by the reappearance of an old adversary.The fifth book in the Administration series contains the novella Quis Custodiet and seven short stories, following the careers of para-investigator and inveterate trouble-magnet Val Toreth and ambitious, if occasionally blinkered, corporate Keir Warrick in the near-future dystopia of the European Administration.
Publish date: November 15th 2012
Publisher: Casperian Books
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, M M Romance
Series: The Administration (#5)
This was bit of a let down after the previous four books. I loved the conflict build in the beginning and its slow development, but not the resolution of it. It was too abrupt and an easy out for Torreth without the insight into Warrick's thought process and reasoning. In fact it was bad enough to r...
Some thoughts, in no particular order, sorry.Hmmm, who is Paul and what's his deal?Vulnerable Toreth has to be one of the best, most brilliant things in the world.
No time to review - MUST carry on!
I guess it was okay. Paul was a nice colourful distraction, up until ...well yeah, not hard to guess what comes next huh?Toreth is just such hard work and Warrick, well... I just don't know what to do with you.I'm getting tired of their drama now...
It deserves a lot more than 5 stars.Quis Custiodiet - Well, I liked it enough. And I hated Carnac, still hate him. It was exotic to see Toreth in such a scenery, Greece etc..Gratuitous Kink - I loved how Warrick played Toreth. And it was damn hot.Then and Now - It started with some jealousy Toreth-s...