Monday 25 April 2016

Book Review - Pearly Incognito by Salem

This was a bit disappointing for me. I loved the first book and eagerly anticipated reading the sequel only to discover that what was described as book 2 is actually only a very short teaser.

On the positive side this looks like it will turn out to be another cracker of a read. The peculiarities of quantum realities are very much evident and there's a diverse range of characters. As with the first book I love the concept, and it promises to be another challenging read. The writing is good and I'm looking forward to the actual book being released.

Detective Rook Black is having a tough time solving crime in a New York City where reality is traded on the black market by the mysterious quantum butcher, Jack the Butterfly.

A new reality loophole in a plastic universe leads him through a convoluted, endless city, toward a bank-robbing vampire monster. The monster files his teeth with diamonds and calls himself, Pearly. Pearly Incognito.

It’s just not a good idea to get close to Pearly. Not at all. Not even Pearly likes being in his own skin. Let alone inside his own imagination.

Click here to buy Pearly Incognito from Amazon (but I would for the full book to be released!)

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