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It’s character-driven, that’s for sure.

By Donna Sirianni, editor

Jul 31, 2008: To me, the entire premise of the story was the most interesting thing about it. The summary gives hints of action, suspense and fantastical elements that are all a driving force in any read (if that’s your thing, anyway). Unfortunately I feel this story doesn’t quite follow through on the intrigue it promises, at least initially.

I labored through the first five chapters, not just because they were enormously long (which they were) but because nothing happens. Well, I shouldn’t say [more . . .]

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Alexis is the avatar of moxie, but still feels human.

By Farmerbob1, author of Set In Stone

Jun 5, 2014: Alexis feels like a real person. So often, the characters we write, the characters we read, they feel . . . abstract, but here, in this series, we find a character that comes alive. She’s not a superhero, she’s not super smart. She’s got moxie, but she’s got human weaknesses too, some of which will make you cringe with sympathy in the beginning.

Alexis lives in two worlds. One is The Island, a section of the city where the police don’t go, where the economy [more . . .]

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