The way out by Armond Boudreaux (Book Review #861)


The way out is a sci-fi thriller and tells the story of two women who discover how governments around the world are secretly using the “medical miracle” of the artificial human womb to monitor and stamp out genetic aberrations.

As a reporter, Jessica Brantley makes new enemies on a daily basis covering both sides of the controversial new law. Now her search for the truth behind this world-changing technology will lead to an unimaginable discovery—the existence of children with terrifying telepathic powers.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The material contained many sci-fi scenes that filled the nature of the genre to the point of satisfaction. The characters and the connection between them were admirable. Jessica stood out for me as the lead protagonist. Her personality had multiple layers, which created more depth to the story.

There wasn’t much of a backstory or a build-up to it. What happened was happening at that moment, and you got to understand the nature of the story or learn about the characters as the story went on.

The author has the potential to create really well-written action stories.

I recommend this story to anyone who likes technology stories and strong female characters.

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