Can’t wait to read my review of the self-published novel, The Artemis Effect? Then read my review of LL Lemke’s novel, Opus Aria.
I promise to have more self-published novel’s reviewed in the future, the very near future. I mean near. And if you’re an author looking for a review on your work, leave me a comment or send me an email. Anyways, hope you enjoy. 🙂
This is the first novel from author, LL Lemke. It can be purchased on Amazon.com.
First off, I want to tell all my readers that you can contact the author on her blog at http://pogomonster.wordpress.com/ . Be sure to let her know of your opinions of her story because as an author, I know that’s what we crave. Anyways, now on to the story.
The story follows Aria Brayton, a highly skilled and genetically enhanced assassin with an AI named Piano. From the beginning, I found the lead interesting. She’s 23 years old and you immediately find out she wanted for murder, the one problem I have though, is her wanted poster doesn’t say how many killings she’s wanted for. Which I found to be a tad bit odd.
Anyways, back to Aria and her AI, Piano. Aria is a fairly like-able character in the beginning as well as her AI…
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