The New Reform Quartet by Jim Lowe (Book Review #893)


The new reform quartet is a dystopian thriller set in the 1980s. The story is complex and is the complete four-book series. It’s about the survival of members of different families who are left living in this dystopian world. Each segment of the conceptual world has twists and turns and is thrilling to read.

It is suspenseful and philosophical. The characters each have their own background story, diverse personality, and have dealt with some sort of trauma. What I found interesting about the book was that although the characters were all assassins or hackers, I still liked them and even vouching for them.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The cover design for the book complimented the book. The color coordination was spot on, and it definitely provided an intrigue.

The literature is written very well. It is a mad world indeed, and the intricacies woven in layers of storytelling fascinated me. The author has the potential to write good literature, and I look forward to reading more from him.

I recommend this book to deep science fiction readers and those who like complicated stories.

Written by Jeyran Main

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