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    Maze: The Awakening of Grey Grimm, a great read!

    This is a totally honest review of an ARC of this book provided by the author. All opinions are my own. As always seems to be the case with this author, I found myself involved in the story and fascinated by it. As is also mostly the case with his work, things are not always what they seem to be and you are often, as a reader, wrong footed by the twists and turns in the plot. The Maze and taking part in it are both illegal, this is not to say that it no longer exists. People still use various methods to go into altered reality. Here, they can be fully immersed in situations which can normally only be experienced in dreams. Huge amounts of money are illegally wagered on the sometimes titanic struggles which are fought out by the participants of the Maze. The victors are then enormously rewarded if and when they awaken from their 'altered' status. The fact that they will never return to the way they were seems to them to be a small price to pay. In this story, we meet Grey Grimm, a teenager who is found one day with a strap around his head which holds a needle inserted into his frontal cortex. He is deeply comatose and has clearly gone into the Maze. What is his mother, Sunny, to do? She finds out that removing the needle would leave him an shell, a vegetable. So she has to find another way to rescue him. How she attempts this and whether she is successful is what the book is about. Well worth reading, difficult to put down.
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    Another great read by Bertauski.

    I love how Bertauski pulls me into a story and makes me believe in his characters. I have learned to never become too comfortable in his universe as the rules never apply and I'm constantly surprised and enchanted by the narrative turns. MAZE The Waking of Grey Grimm is as well thought out and surprising as other Bertauski books. I am eagerly awaiting Part 2. You will not be dissapointed in the storytelling.
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