Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
A woman with no identity or name keeps waking up during bizarre and often violent experiences, sometimes murder. With few allies and many enemies, she struggles to figure out who she is, what is going on, and how to stop the chaos around her.
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About Chris Slusser

Author of Black Ribbons, Fugue, Paranormal Activities Unit, and Mandra.

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Review by: Daniel Hoover on May 4, 2013 :
This was a really good read, maybe just a bit more fine tuning, and you'd have something people would certainly pay for. Keep up the good work.
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Review by: Qhaddafy on Feb. 17, 2012 :
Creepy.... I mean, an interesting psychological fiction, with conspirational touch.

The cover did not stand out much; and the three persona had relatively similar personalities, just a different abilities and occupations. Other weakness had been pointed out by Peters.
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Review by: Susan on July 24, 2011 :
Fugue was a thrilling read - it kept me guessing right to the end. Each character's individuality shone through in this fast-paced action fantasy.
It was the sort of story that I couldn't imagine what the ending would be... it didn't disappoint.
Well written, good editing.
You have a brilliant imagination Chris! Thank you for the story.
I'd thoroughly recommend this book.
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Review by: John Peters on May 27, 2011 :
Fugue is based on an interesting concept--a woman is programmed with a new personality to become an assassin, but the original host personality battles to reemerge and fight the evildoers who have purchased her body. However, the story lacks punch, and "conversations" between the personalities are hard to follow (or are uninteresting) at times. It's about 80 pages on my e-reader, and it was very slow reading until a bit more than halfway through it, when it started to pick up a bit of pace with some nice action scenes. The quality of the writing is pretty good, though, and the price is right!
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