The fourth book in the Mindspace series, and again a very good one.
I’ve read two short stories by his (her?) hand that bridge the gaps between the larger titles, and now have started this one. I liked the short stories, but prefer the full sized novels.
As I said when reviewing the earlier installments, the narration is very good, and the somewhat seedy mix of a drug addicted ex-guild telepath, working in a post-tech-war world for the local police office just kind of works, surprisingly.
Brilliant. I want more.
Strangely enough it's very hard to find on Amazon, and the audio book version is only available on CD. Amazon is kinda' weird sometimes...
(From TellTales #111)