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Paige Daniels works as an electrical engineer in the American Midwest. When she isn’t shuttling her kids to gymnastics and violin lessons, or coaching a robot team, she writes. She lives on a small hobby farm with her kids, husband, cows, dogs, horse, donkey, and cat.
Kayti Nika Raet
on Sep. 23, 2013 :
Review by Kayti Nika Raet for Reader's Favorite
The Nano Review:
Why did it have to end! ㅠㅠ
When Saoirse 'Shea' Alverez Kelly refuses to subject herself to the newest bit of Gov-Tek she's thrown into Non-Compliance Sector 610-23 , the Heartland district. Set in a grim future where government control is nearly absolute Shea's technical experience quickly comes in handy and with tbe help of her friend Wynne and a few well placed hacks, they are able to procure some much needed goods for the residents.
It's this sort of expertise that gets them noticed and they catch the attention of Boss Jennings, gangster and semi-benolovent protector of the Heartland district. With her's and Wynne's help he hopes to take down his biggest rival and restore peace and order to the community. After one too many encounters with the psychotic rival, Shea is quick to take up Boss's offer.
Kick-ass, intriguing and fast paced Non-Compliance: The Sector by Paige Daniels is a novel that can be quickly summed up in one word: Awesome!
The Awesome Bits
As I was reading Non-Compliance and getting closer and closer to the end I kept hoping for some kind of Disney magic to make the pages increase, it was that good. But alas and alack it did in a horrible cliffhanger-y manner (ㅠㅠ).
Shea is cool and smart (no seriously, really smart), and totally kick-ass.
Non-Compliance is like the cooler dystopian version of an Anita Blake novel (there are no vampires but Quinn more than makes up for it *eyebrow wiggle*).
Unfortunately I have no idea when the next book comes out but Ms Daniels does have a web site which I fully intend to stalk— ah,visit.
Edit--- Non- Compliance: The Transition will be available September 30
(review of free book)