"Provocative, with strong action sequences, but weak in character development and plotting."
In the near future, a schoolteacher with a cranially implanted "amp" must master an array of hidden talents when a wave of bigotry against those like him threatens to tear the country apart.
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"Diaphanous the plot may be, but the climax brings on plenty of large-scale destruction, and fans of Dale Basye's Heck: Where the Bad Kids Go (2008) and other underworld odysseys will relish the wink-wink satire. (Fantasy/SF. 11-13)"
"An encyclopedic reference work to be consulted but likely not completely read by anyone other than fellow academics."
Wilson (History/Univ. of Hull; The Thirty Years War: Europe's Tragedy, 2009, etc.) delves into the makeup, structure, and lands of the Holy Roman Empire, which lasted "more than a millennium, well over twice as long as imperial Rome itself."Read full book review >
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