Binary book reviews
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The second experiment, however, goes well, mainly due to who the binary is. That part I shall not reveal, but it comes as a great surprise and works very well. What Nick is also fighting are the Binaries who have infiltrated the human world and its organisations. E-Tech is an organisation that, while not against technological change, seeks to limit it to a decent pace so as not to overwhelm society any more than it already has.
It also has a new head after the assassination of the previous one by a pair of the most feared binaries. Nick and the new head of E-Tech have to find out. The story turns and twists and has enough going on to leave you a little breathless, but not so much to leave you exhausted. The ending is bittersweet for Nick and his new ally, but still wholly satisfying, tying up all loose ends, but leaving you wanting more. The characters are excellently crafted and the world well drawn in a wholly believable situation.