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  • Thrilling Sci Fi!

    That was awesome! Intense and creative and unpredictable and thrilling and romantic and everything I could have asked for in a one of a kind sci fi book! The world building was great, the story unique and filled with twists and unexpected surprises, especially near the end. I couldn't turn the pages fast enough and was biting my nails in some very intense moments! Nemesis is a great character, a very unconventional hero. It was interesting to see her react to certain feelings and make mistakes with them. I loved her, but it's Tyrus who has my heart. He was AWESOME. I can't even tell you why because of the twist of his story, but he's definitely one of my favourite YA male leads. The whole book was just stellar, with the writing crisp and fast-paced and literally everything happening for a reason. No plot hole was left unopened, which I highly respect and love. The story could carry on, but this worked well as a standalone. I had a great time reading it and can't recommend it enough!

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  • Great sci-fi read!

    Diabolic is the first in a new series of the same name by author S.J. Kincaid. The book is science fiction in every sense of the world. It takes place in the distant future that in no way resembles are own. The power structure is an Empire and it is based on a sun religion. The Grandoliloqy are the nobility of the empire and control all of the technology, and thus all of the people, within the empire. The theme of religion and science/technology is key to this story, as is the questioning of what it means to be human. Just as in real life, ideologies differ and cause fracturing. Nemesis, a genetically created girl, has one purpose for her existence... to protect her master, Sidonia. Diabolics are stronger than the average humor and bred to feel no love or loyalty to anyone beyond their master. Her mission puts her into the middle of the growing galactic unease in unexpected ways. Prior to reading this, I saw a lot of complaints about different aspects of the story. One was the seemingly senseless brutality. Yes, there is a lot of brutality. But I didn't find it to be unnecessary. I thought it was very much in keeping with the Diabolic concept. Emotions breed compassion and without it, brutality happens. It was entirely appropriate for the nature of the characters. Another complaint was about Nemesis herself, and her character's emotional journey. She was genetically enhanced to be something more than human, or at least something different. She was bred to be virtually emotionless. As I mentioned earlier, her character explores what it is to be human. I think many people saw her as a genetically different being than human, whereas I saw her as an enhanced human. Love and compassion and empathy are vital human emotions that, given the opportunity, will rise. This is why I loved her changing nature. Overall: I really loved this book. When I got it, I thought it was a standalone, but I am happy that it is going to be a trilogy. Can't wait!

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  • Love it

    It is the best out of the two books i wish there was a third

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