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by Shira Anthony, Venona Keyes
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Mammarella
Mammarella rated it 6 years ago
What Plainbrownwrapper said.I can't believe this is by the same author who blessed us with Stealing the Wind. * Just a little warning for all of you, who is thinking of buying or reading this book: This is a Bleach fanfic with Renji/Byakuya pairing. Not a very good fanfic at that, either. More...
Reader's Discretion Advised
Reader's Discretion Advised rated it 6 years ago
A valiant effort, but ultimately flat and uninspired. The subject matter the author attempts to tackle is quite epic in proportion. Sadly, the author didn't quite know what to do with it. The timing wasn't quite right and the writing was a bit obvious. The characterization also isn't quite there, an...
BookWatcher
BookWatcher rated it 7 years ago
Nothing is what seems... absolutely nothing...Jake AndersThe top agent from The Trust. Born as a backup agency to the CIA, the trust is much more... it's the ultimate spy agency.Jake Anders is the top agent of The Trust. He hate it, he never want to be the best, not because he is not competitive, bu...
Affairs of M/Men
Affairs of M/Men rated it 7 years ago
This wasn’t what I expected, although I’m not sure why. It was a good SF story, with a bit of fantasy crossover, IMHO. The romance was intriguing. The technology was interesting and the plot intriguing enough to keep me reading. The opening scene promised more than the book delivered, though. There ...
Nikyta *Miss Forgetful*
Nikyta *Miss Forgetful* rated it 8 years ago
This was a fascinatingly complex world filled with danger, deceit and suspense. I was pulled in almost from the beginning with AIs and Sims and nanobots. At times, it felt like I was watching a movie instead of reading a book and I honestly loved it.It's about Jake who was inserted with a Sim, which...
Jess
Jess rated it 8 years ago
I loved the mystery and all the double- and quadruple-crossings, trying to figure out who to trust. I thought it worked great as a sci-fi/fantasy/mystery sort of story. As a romance? Not so much. Jake starts out with puppy love, they spend almost no time together for years, then Trace dies and Jake ...
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Affairs of M/Men
Affairs of M/Men rated it 51 years ago
This wasn’t what I expected, although I’m not sure why. It was a good SF story, with a bit of fantasy crossover, IMHO. The romance was intriguing. The technology was interesting and the plot intriguing enough to keep me reading. The opening scene promised more than the book delivered, though. There ...
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