Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Satan's Servers by C.E. Martin [Review]

 Satan's Servers by C.E. Martin
Satan's Servers (Shadow Detachment) by C.E. Martin
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: November 16, 2015

Shadow Detachment
Dark Invaders
Stone Soldier
SpellBreaker
Blood Traitor
Satan's Servers - Kindle
Red Magik
Outlaws of Olympus
SpellBreaker: Full Circle

Stone Soldiers
1. Mythical
2. Brothers in Stone
3. Blood and Stone
4. Shades of War
5. Black Knight Down
6. Armageddon Z
7. Seven Deadly Sons
8. Terrorcota
9. Pale Horseman
10. A Lucky Day To Die
11. One Dark Step

C.E. Martin
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
1997--the world prepares to embrace a new century with nations and peoples joining together in cyberspace thanks to the ever-growing Internet. But the exchange of information, the transfer of monies and even the control of computerized systems over great distances is just the beginning of the digital age. Murder has gone online--blood sacrifices engineered by an unseen enemy hiding somewhere in the shadows. When world wide web of death is uncovered by America's Artificial Intelligence network, the time for virtual action is over. Lethal force is called for, and Detachment 1039 is ready to deliver it.
Thoughts on Satan's Servers: I seriously get a kick out of Kenslir's ability to take a hit and keep on going. All his special abilities make him the ultimate killing machine. AND I LIKE THAT. Mostly because it means he's a one man army when it comes to taking down bad guys. Considering that the bad guys he's facing off against have their own brand of abilities, this is a good thing.

This time around, we're diving head first into the sinister side of the internet. Hold on. I feel like there should be a punchline here. *pauses* *laughs to self* *moves on* Anyway. Bad things are happening and it takes the powerful AI working for Detachment 1039 to see the pattern. Naturally, Kenslir gets sent in to take care of this.

Because that's what he does.

I enjoy the glimpses we have of Kenslir before Josie and the others have joined him. As always, the violence is bloody and Kenslir is enigmatic. *thumbs up*

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the read n review. Just wanted to note these Shadow Detachment prequel shorts are being released all out of order but for those wanting to read in order there's a list in the beginning of each.

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