Saturday, October 26, 2013

A Review for Madness By Jas T. Ward

Review of Jas T. Ward’s Madness
By Mel Favreaux

An electrifying read that makes walking the fine grey line between good and evil, sexy as hell.

 I don’t like giving spoilers but I can tease. What does tesla, the grid, candy, the heavens, and hell have in common? You’ll definitely have to give this a read to find out.

 This story was a series opener where you’re introduced to the key players. Ward manages to bring the characters into the story in such a fashion that you feel an immediate connection with them. Instead of getting acquainted with strangers, it feels like meeting up with an old friend. Each new character is brought in with the same ease as the one before. They all line up and mesh in a way that is believable.

 I like being shown not just the strengths of a character but their weaknesses too. To be able to care, feel, and see both sides to witness something that is more than just words on a page.

 The main character’s intense passion for all things winds you up as a reader. You can almost feel the sugar rush, the chaotic vibration of raw, barely contained anger, and the pull of good versus evil.

 Overall, I found this to be a very interesting and entertaining read and I can’t wait for the next installment. I look forward to collecting this series.

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