A short, though brilliant entry into the extended Bioshock universe.,
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This review is from: BioShock Infinite: Mind in Revolt (Kindle Edition)
Told through a series of archaic, well written diary entries and interview transcripts, the book chronicles the time spent between captured anarchist Daisy Fitzroy and Dr. Pinchot, a senior staff member at what is best described as a lunatic asylum in Columbia. Riddled with subtle tidbits of lore and gushing with political undertones from both lead characters, the book does an excellent job at keeping the reader ensnared as the story deepens and the stakes of Daisy's life raise. While only a short novella, the book does a profound job of capturing the essence of Fitzroy seen throughout the events of Bioshock Infinite. She is witty and likeable with a true way of words and whilst her backstory is touched on at numerous points in the tale, there is still enough ambiguity so as not to confuse the reader, but to enthral them.
Generally, an excellent read for any avid fan of the series, worth the price if so, but if you're new to the games, this isn't really your thing.