Devon is a stock trader, a normal guy, whose life changes when he stumbles upon a device, when his family is killed and he is turned into a superhero, things start to get hot. Them and the Sway are among humans, they create havoc and kill indiscriminately, or so Devon thinks, The more he learns the more he realises what he knows is wrong.
This book, starts deep and hard and continues in this vane, it’s thoughtful and fast. The insights into the human condition and the system had me asking myself questions and staying up late to finish reading.
On the negative, at time the book reminded me of Jules Verne, and I hate his books, lists and more lists, but MG pulled it off and I read on.
This is no normal superhero novel, Devon is more like Captain America, with a masters in law. The final scene is as in depth and thought provoking as any book I’ve ever read.
Give it a go, it’s deep and tough, but you’ll come out smiling for humanity.