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Necropath (2008)

by Eric Brown(Favorite Author)
3.54 of 5 Votes: 1
1844166023 (ISBN13: 9781844166022)
Bengal Station
review 1: I would call this book a mystery with a science fiction background. Jeff Vaughn is a telepath who works at Bengal Station, a spaceport in the Pacific Ocean. He is haunted by a tragedy in his past that is not revealed until the end of the book. He gets involved in a case involving a religious cult, smuggled drugs and murder. I really like the book, it was a good mystery with an interesting protagonist. I was definitely reminded of Blade Runner in the descriptions of the world.
review 2: The title of the book is a little misleading. Because of the name, it's not giving away anything to say that yes, there is a character who can speak to the "dead," but very little of the book actually deals with this activity. It's a murder-mystery whose riddle is best sol
... moreved by someone with this uncommon ability. A very good, very quick read, and one in which I found myself becoming emotionally attached more to the ancillary characters than the protagonist. I'll definitely pick up others in this series if I can find them. less
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(audiobook) entertaining sci-fi. Felt like a space detective story. All 3 books kept me entertained.
I liked it. Read all 3: Necropath, Xenopath and Cosmopath. You won't regret it. Nice ride.
Good Read -But really a whodunit
Review forthcoming.
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