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Viral Airwaves Paperback – Import, 20 September 2018
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Henry Schmitt wants nothing more than a quiet life and a daily ration of instant noodles. At least until he learns the terrible secret that drove his father away--the Plague that killed his mother and ravaged his country was created by those now in power. He has one chance to help expose the conspiracy: a ragtag band of rebels needs a pilot for their hot air balloon, where they can launch a broadcast revealing the truth. If Henry accepts, he can experience his dream of flight. But he would have to leave his safe, tranquil life behind ... and bring the wrath of a corrupt government upon his head.
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- Publisher : Claudie Arseneault (20 September 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 478 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1775312941
- ISBN-13 : 978-1775312949
- Item Weight : 494 g
- Dimensions : 13.34 x 2.44 x 20.32 cm
- Country of Origin : India
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The plot elements are brilliantly weaved into each other, too. I especially appreciated the discreet foreshadowing.
There is more romance than I like in my adventure novels, but… for me the perfect amount would be close to nil so it doesn’t really count. I didn’t buy all the love stories in the book, I rarely do, but I wouldn’t say they were badly handled; only, they aren’t the main focus. However, those are still better and more credible than the love stories in action blockbusters.
The characters are colourful and vivid. Maybe not as deep as the characters from another dystopian novel I reviewed recently, but deep enough. This book is action-oriented, after all. Too much psychology and emotions would have killed its entertaining quality and fast-paced awesomeness. My favourite is probably Treysh, but Andeal was the one I rooted the most for.
There is a bit of humour scattered here and there that either made me smile or laugh out loud. I love humour so this was the cherry on top. And besides, some of the events in the book are so terrible, I was glad for the relief those provided.
Of course, if I wanted to find faults with the book, I probably could. For one, there is so much knocking people out of their consciousness, it’s a miracle no one has any obvious brain damage. But I can forgive it just as I forgive it (among other things) in blockbusters or best-sellers all the time because overall, this is a thoroughly enjoyable read.
Honestly, I don't think I can appropriately voice my feelings toward this novel. I care about the characters so deeply, I was so gripped by the plot and I only paused while reading when I could either not keep my eyes open any longer or needed a short break because, as I said, the book was killing me.
So just, if you consider reading this book, do it. If I could have, I would have given it 10/5 and hell will freeze over before I stop caring about Henry and Andeal and Vermen and Maniel and Seraphin and David and everyone I forgot to mention, and come join me in this whirlwind of feelings.