2 Book Lovers Reviews
Set in the not so distant future, Nano follows the story of Ihlia, a young woman hell bent on vengeance. As science reaches new heights of advancement that virtually wipe out accidental death and disease, people use this same technology to find new ways to inflict death and destruction.
Jason Crutchfield has brought something new to the end of the world. He has created a different and very plausible transition into his dystopian universe. The story is good and the characters well developed, the good guys have their issues and the bad guys are just plain evil.
My biggest issue with the book was the language, I found it very high brow. While I understand an author’s desire to keep the story interesting and to attempt to be eloquent, there is a fine line before the author can come across as trying too hard. As a reader, I do not want to be opening the dictionary on every other page, it takes away from the flow of the story.
All in all, Nano was a good story and introduction to what should be a great series. If you are a fan of dystopian books that go beyond the norm, this would be a good book for you.