I got this book for free from smashwords. As soon as I finished it, I promptly went and purchased books 2 and 3 in the series, as they were listed in the same series on smashwords. Unfortunately, it turns out there's actually 4 books in the series, so I found the fourth book by accident, so had to make a separate purchase for it, but it's all good now. I've completed the whole series, and would recommend it for nearly anyone. I guess there's those who wouldn't like it, but I can't think of any off hand. I enjoy a good story, and while writing style certainly makes a difference in the telling, I am not usually bothered by little things as other readers seem to be. I thoroughly enjoyed the entire series, and in fact, read all 4 books in just 2 days. It's an excellent series, and while there are parts scattered here and there that could benefit from professional editing, I found those parts to be few and far between, and only 1 that actually caused me to pause and complain to myself for a few minutes before continuing and enjoying the rest of the series to the utmost. I agree with other reviewers that the whole series rocks, and in the fourth book, the flashbacks from Chris' point of view did drag a bit, and I wondered why that portion was necessary, but otherwise, I have have no complaints with the entire series. An excellent read (as I've already stated) and I highly recommend the entire collection to anyone who enjoys a good story.
(review of free book)