Lord Cragus by John R Brade
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
When you start reading 'Lord Cragus' it is all nicey-nicey - Peter and his mum, all cosy.
But as soon as he goes through the wall, it is something else. Who knows what the hell is going on, but it isn't anything nice. Well, Sal is nice, but is she to be trusted? And Peter soon finds himself cornered.
As the real situation emerges, the whole thing becomes absolutely intriguing, except that 'the real situation' is yet another mirage leading up to a blistering ending.
Quite superb. Don't be fooled by its YA-sounding opening. This is adult stuff and it will haunt you for some time to come.
It could also found a business or strategy game. Any gamesters out there?
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