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    A Good Read

    Shadows of the Unseen is very intriguing! A few chapters in and I was already on the edge of my seat, per say. It was fun to relive a familiar story with such a new and creative futuristic twist!
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    Good light sci-fi reading.

    Shadows of the Unseen is a science-fiction novel that depicts a world set into the future amid flying cars, a centralized urban community for humanity and human clones created for servitude. The book describes the horrors of a society who mistreat their clones/slaves, as they cannot value a people who were simply created instead of born. The central characters are two brothers: Saber (the older) and Aaron (the younger). These brothers find themselves on two sides of a civil war. The author describes the bloody decisions that different characters make when waging a war. These decisions were haunting for some and readily acceptable to others. Overall, I liked the idea and how easy the book was to read. However, I would have liked the characters to have been more expressive of their struggles (in their introspection) while working through these bio-ethical questions and overhauling their belief systems in such a short amount of time. But to the author’s credit the main characters definitely grew over the course of the book and I particularly appreciated Saber's growth as his character was developed the most. I also really liked the ending and found it perfect. I would recommend this book and look forward to more Sci-Fi from the author. (I was provided a pre-release copy of this novel to read and review but was not required to give a positive review of it; the opinion is strictly my own.)
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