The vision sounded like it was going to be like a literary Matrix, a movie I didn't like very much. The whole 'mind entering an alternate world' thing seems to be the new trend nowadays and I try and stray from trendy in most cases. But that wasn't really the case in this book. It was refreshing to see a unique spin on a played out idea. I was very pleasantly surprised at where the story went. By the end of chapter 3, I was completely hooked. I'm typically pretty good at figuring out stories before they are done but I have to admit, I fell victim to this one. There were a few times when I thought a particular part was fairly predictable, but I was thrown a curve ball every time. This was also a fast read, which is great for me. Before I knew it, I was done. Vision is highly recommended for those that like good suspense and action.
I didn't think it could be pulled off because it typically doesn't happen, but this book was a lot better than the first. The was more action, more gore, and it's refreshing to see a female character that's such a badass. I again commend Dan on his book. If there is a third book, he has a lot of work to do to make it better than the other two.