Monday, 24 May 2010

SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW: The Gemini Factor - Paul Kane


It's a miracle, pure and simple. The miracle of twin birth. But in the city of Norchester, being a twin also marks you out as a victim. Because someone is killing them and stealing their body parts. It's up to Inspector Roy Mason and his Sergeant, Deborah Harrison, to track down the the culprit before they can strike again.


As a fan of Paul’s futuristic Afterblight series from Abaddon, when I heard about this new offering from new publisher Screaming Dreams, I was more than happy to give it a go. What you get within this offering are characters who jump of the page, some great dialogue and a plot that’s as twisted as this authors mind can conceive which only adds to this reading experieince. Dressed up as a traditional crime novel, it’s the way in which the author has managed to blend Urban Fantasy, a touch of Sci-Fi and mixed it all up with a wicked sense of humour.

It’s a cracking title and one that I really had a blast reading. Definitely a title for people to give a go and if the other releases from this publisher are as tempting as this then they’ve got a secure future ahead. Top quality for a great price.

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