Lazarus

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
It's 2094. Paul Blake, a suicidal, schizophrenic police officer, is dragged into a manhunt for Lazarus, the terrorist who has stolen the Holy Grail of science: Death reversion.

But as the bodies pile up, Blake discovers that he has a central part to play in Lazarus's plans - plans that Blake himself made possible. More

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Review by: YoannaVladimirova on March 29, 2014 :
(My review from Goodreads)

3.5 stars

I liked the beginning and loved how the story was developing until a certain point; however, I was expecting an epic finale, some huge resolution at the end but it never happened. I think this is due, in part, to the many details and subplots presented brilliantly and evenly throughout the book. It did get a little confusing at times and everything unclear was clarified quickly afterwards; it might have been better if some of the clarifications were saved for the very last chapter.
I liked the writing style ("I am so sorry, Puzzled Reader" was totally heartwarming ;)) and some of the scientific/technical concepts (the UL-6 security was ingenious; would have liked to know a little more about the Vita).
The reason I'm not giving the book full four of five stars is that I don't think that it will, so to say, leave a mark. I'm not going to think about it for weeks after I've read it thinking "Wow! That was a brilliant story!". I would recommend it to friends as a nice, well-written read, but not as a masterpiece.
Finally, I'm happy that I managed to get the book for free (before March 8th) but it would have totally been worth it to buy it too. Good science fiction should be encouraged!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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