This review is from: Infoquake: Book One of the Jump 225 Trilogy (Paperback)
This is part of a trilogy, what is the most important thing about reading the first book in a trilogy? Easy, you want to read the next one strait away. I have little desire to do this... I enjoyed it for what what it was but it never really seemed to get going for me.
I think the biggest problem is the part of the plot which should naturually lead you to want to read the next book, that being the concept of the multireal of which the second book is named.
I'm sorry but it's just not earth shattering enough, it was a masssive let down, even the way multireal is presented in the book is just not really that interesting.