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Conduit (An Emily Monroe Novel, Book One) by [Martin, Angie]
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About the Author

Angie lives in a California mountain community with her husband and beloved pets. She grew up in Wichita, Kansas, where her books take place, and she’s still very much a Kansas girl at heart. She has studied criminal justice and behavior since high school, which she incorporates into her writing. Her books include painstaking detail and research in order to bring the world of criminal justice to life while giving them a glimpse into the minds of criminals.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2330 KB
  • Print Length: 357 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ISJO1D2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #264,259 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I did enjoy this book, it was original, the villan was chilling and the main characters were likable.I don't want to give too much away and spoil it for others, but I did wish there were not so many killings,and that it had been tightened up in terms of the writing.I found that in some parts that could have been page turners there was too much description and it took the edge away for me, it would have been more heart stopping if it had been shortened.However I wouldn't put anyone off reading this book,and it was good.
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For fans of crime investigation mixed with fantasy and sci-fi, this is an excellent book to read. The plot is very captivating and unpredictable which makes reading this book an joyful process.
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I have to admit that this book just didn't work for me. It might for some readers, to each their own.

I have been trying to come up with the right word to describe this (and writing like it), because I encounter it a lot. Maybe someone knows and can help me out. We all recognize a Mary Sue and Gary Stu (sometime Marty Stu), but what do you call it when the whole book--plot, narrations, characters, etc all have a Mary Sue feel to them. Pat, maybe?

I actually have a litmus test for this, even if I don't have a title for it. My test is hugging. But what could hugging have to do with anything, you might ask? Well, it has been my experience, in reading several hundred books a year for several years that when you encounter a book in which there is lots and lots of hugging the author is using this small action as a weak demonstration that the MC is an open, good person, makes meaningful connections with people, etc. Similarly, it shows how comfortable those people are with him/her (usually her). Now, I'm a bit of a hugger in real life, coming from the touchy-feely hippy family that I did. But I don't hug my BFF, my ex-boyfriend, my friend's uncle, his cop partner and the nurse who cares for my mother in the nursing home. More importantly, all those people don't come up and hug me.

But it's not just about hugging. The hugging is almost always accompanied by a certain innocent narrative tone, in which small things (like a hug) are made big deals of. It's like a pearl-clad, mary jane wearing, pastel sporting teenager swooning over their first kiss while the married 40-year-old, with the kinky nightlife that's forced to listen to it thinks, 'God, it really just isn't that big a thing.
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​​​​"Death whispered to Robin Stuart." That's how she hooked me. I read the first line and I knew I was in for a great story. Everyone sort of imagines the Grim Reaper whispering. I shivered when I read that line and thought of that great film with Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore and Whoopi Goldberg. The ghosts definitely whispered there.
Every once in a while, the graphic gory descriptions made me turn my head away only to rush back for more. It's not for nothing that Conduit won a Readers' Favorite Book Award. The twists and turns and surprises but no spoilers here. You have to pick it up. Well, I can't resist just one detail: Psychic. I won't say any more, but I love anything that delves into other senses, other ways of perceiving. I found another writer to follow closely. Definitely going to pick up her other books.
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I was asked to read this book for review and found it to be a good read.

A clever mix of stark reality and Emily's 'gift', this story was entertaining and gruesome. It was well written and compelled me to want to read on even if there was a feeling of inevitability.

I thought the characters were realistic and believable set within a good plot and writing style.

Not wanting to give spoilers, it's not easy to say much, however, if you enjoy the cat and mouse scenario, this is for you.
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Conduit opens with a tremendously atmospheric and compelling first chapter… and just keeps running. Martin gives an excellent sense of place and creates characters that come to life from their first appearances. There is enough convincing detail in the police-procedural aspect to make it authentic without ever becoming a technical manual on crime investigation. A difficult balance to achieve, but Martin brings it off well.

This is an old-school crime thriller (in a good way) - we know within the first four chapters exactly what the end-game is to be, but we are compelled to watch how the characters navigate through the labyrinth of obstacles that are thrown in their way. This makes it an easy, quick, and ultimately very satisfying read and there is more than enough originality in the plotting to keep the reader gripped.

That the main character, Emily, is a psychic could put some readers off - but it shouldn’t. It is cleverly done and entirely plausible, because she does not use her ‘power’ to cut straight to the solution of the crimes, but is actually drawn deeper into danger by it (say any more and I’ll give too much away).

Other characters are well-drawn and believable. As a result this is a creepy and effective book and well worth a read whether you sit at the ‘noir’ end of crime fiction or the ‘Manhunter’ end. Good stuff!
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