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    Weird, but in a good way

    I'm giving this five stars, but I think it's more like four and a half. The reason for the half off is because I felt like it went a little long and was a bit repetitive (but that may have been what the authors intended.) That said, I really enjoyed it. It was weird and interesting. Most of the time, I couldn't figure out what was real and what wasn't. Their writing made it feel like I was in the head of the main character, which was a trip. If you like Stephen King's books, this is definitely on that level of weird (and length.) I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to have their mind messed with a bit.
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    Twisty

    I've read several books from these authors (either together, separate or otherwise paired) and while I've yet to find a book of thiers I haven't enjoyed, this isn't my favorite. Axis is a very different style and I really enjoyed the twists and clues the authors used, I may even reread it to see what I missed (there's a lot going on below the surface). It took a bit for me to put enough of the pieces together, honestly a good thing, but once I did I found it a little overly drawn out. I find myself wishing that Amy hadn't been so one note and that we could've seen more of the developed Ebon. Overall, if you like nonlinear story lines, books that make you think or just a good read I recommend Axis of Aaron.
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    Completely Captivating.

    Get ready for a wild ride as Ebon Shale takes on his precarious past (and future?) in a present that isn't what it seems. If you enjoy beautifully crafted stories that not only have you questioning, but challenging your perceptions, then you're in for a treat. A delicious sense of foreboding hangs over every page as the tension steadily rises to the very last word. Highly recommended.
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