Book Review: Affliction (PSI) by Andrew Irvine
|5 stars, 1 review|
Andrew Irvineabout this book: Affliction is a dark urban fantasy novel that delves into a world where werewolves have come out of the closet and been grudgingly accepted into society, at the same time a new sexually transmitted disease has entered the scene gifting those afflicted with psychic powers. The lonely, the disenfranchised and those seeking a thrill in their otherwise mundane lives are drawn to psi.
The government see's only the threat posed by these new abilities, a threat they can't control, so they criminalize the affliction and persecute the afflicted.
A police officer, Sydney, Summers, went undercover in one of the emerging Psi Rings, she busted the ring but in the process she fell in love with a woman who is now on death row for her crimes. A woman Sydney is still desperately in love with - however Sydney has other problems, an enigmatic federal agent, Michael, shows up in her city hunting a werewolf serial killer... She know's he is hiding something about the killer and she is going to have to use every resource at her disposable to stop the murders. Even Psi.
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engagingA dark thrilling novel with plenty of plot twists, great imagery, interesting characters, and an ending leaving the reading wanting more. A good read overall :)
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