Twinmaker by Sean Williams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
When I started out with this book, I wasn’t sure if I was going to like it. It seemed to lean a bit heavily on the young adult plot with the love triangle aspect and the whole wanting to be Internet famous subplot. But it turned out those were just there to introduce the reader to the world and provide some stakes for our main character.
The book quickly becomes a techno-thriller that can stand up there with the adult techno-thrillers I’ve enjoyed in the past. In fact, the reason for my fast pace on this book was because once it got going I was just unable to meet any of my self-imposed sleep deadlines. Kept telling myself, “just one more chapter”. And the chapter are really short (according to my Kobo, an average of 5 pages per chapter).
If you don’t mind reading YA, once this book gets going – it’s hard to put down. (view spoiler)[I was able to predict who Q was, but otherwise, the rest of the plot had the right surprise per page ratio (hide spoiler)]
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