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    2.5 Stars Not a bad series overall but not one that I would rave about or even really feel comfortable recommending to people as it is very much a marmite sort of series. The science doesn't really stack up and without that the whole premise sort of dies a sorry death, coupled with a main character who can be extremely exasperating it can make you very disgruntled whilst reading. I have reviewed each book separately but there is a short synopsis below Book 1: Lightning Rider - 2.5/3 Stars Well paced and introduces the source of the lightning travel quite well. The ancient settings are well realised and do draw you in. Sadly it is all rather spoilt by the burgeoning "romance" between Evy and Constantine which just seems to be about her chewing her plait and ogling his muscles. Book 2: Shadow Boxer - 3 Stars By far the best of the three books. This is likely because much of it centres around Nikola Tesla and his genius. There are some interesting sections about the types of lightning that Evy finds she can generate and how they can each be manipulated. Moves quite quickly and does hold your attention quite well. Book 3: Storm Front - 2 Stars The worst of the three by quite some margin and it only got 2 Stars because of the large confrontation at the end of the book. Far too much time spent covering old ground and listening to Evy carping on about Constantine and how miserable and confused she feels. The author promises more books in this series but somehow I don't think I will be the least little bit interested in following those through.
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