REDEMPTION is a quick read. It felt more like an illustration with words. From the opening, filled with dim lights, a peculiar loneliness, to carefully nuanced scenes and conversations, and I wanted to know what was going to be revealed. (Not because of some overly dramatic plot, or dialogue infused with theatrics - this story goes deeper.)
I cannot stand spoilers, so I will only say, from learning a bit about the back story, the author has taken the unusual circumstances of the main character(s) and remarkably, vividly, taken us inside, outside, around, and through, the possibility of immortality and destruction.
I enjoyed Rowinki's ability to subtly describe such starkness, and look forward to reading more from this author.
(review of free book)