on April 26, 2011
Good premise, well plotted. Dialogue at times seemed forced and stilted, can't imagine people actually talking like his characters all the time. By the by, there were a few typos (it should have been bizarre, not bazaar). But all in all a great read and I am looking for to the next one in the series.
on May 11, 2011
Other than a glitch in the system, a good read. Not what I usually expect from Mr. Perry (Core Four of Matador Lore and Gore) but not bad. Reminds me a bit of The Forever Drug. Has the usual standards; love in unlikely beginnings, longevity drugs (third or is it fourth book/series this has been written about?). Moves along briskly and kept my attention.
Or, as he is wont to say, choice between a six pack and his story, I bought his story and enjoyed it more so.
Awaken His Eyes: The Awakened Book One
on June 14, 2011
Pretty good story,rich characters and intricate plotting. Only complaint is that I still haven't figured out what the first few chapters have to do with the rest of the story. I am sure it will be revealed later on, but right now it's a bit frustrating, not knowing the why. The rest of the story bounces back and forth between the remaining characters, yet nothing is revealed of Adair's fate.
Nonetheless, I recommend this book. It's been a fun journey so far.
on Oct. 06, 2011
Add to what Edward said, can't wait for the next installment. I've been a fan of Mr. Perry's since The Man Who Never Missed (yep, the same Steve Perry) and this book ranks right up there with them, set in a time line that seems closer to now. The action is tight, the story telling keeps you reading. Coulda bought a 6 pack, but you can't drink it more than once. Bristlecone I'll read over and again.