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The Eternal Prison
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on 15 January 2016
Jeff Somers never fails to disappoint. His Avery Cates series is a fabulous piece of future noir - a cyberpunk take on the class pulp detective fiction.
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on 11 May 2014
Whilst i do like the Avery Cates books it can get a bit repetative.
That said I like the Clint Eastwoodesque character and the apocalyptic setting of the story.
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on 16 January 2015
Great condition. Very happy
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on 23 February 2010
Avery is back, and things are not going so well. As the third installment this is still a good book, maybe it doesn't have the pace of the Electric Church, and it's a little light on the `action' but it still very good, and once it gets going properly the last few hundred pages just fly by. Like the others I lost sleep over this book.

Jeff gets better with each new book, the story is quite a lot more detailed this time around which makes up for the slight drop in its break neck pace.

Over all, well worth the wait (UK publishing was much later then the US); But not quite as gripping.
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VINE VOICEon 27 February 2010
As a huge fan of the previous novels by Jeff I really can't wait to get my hands on each instalment as it arrives. In short, my cats attack a bag of Jerky with less enthusiasm than me when this authors work arrives. So you can pretty much guess the result of the letter box flapping and this latest offering landing. Yep, everything else went on hold so I could get started.

What you get with Jeff's writing is a novel that not only keeps you glued but one that has so many twists and turns that you sometimes think that up is down and visa versa. The answers that are sought are pretty elusive and to top it off there's always some sort of hitch that just keep you glued to the next chapter to see what unfurls. Add to the mix a pretty addictive principle protagonist and a spartan style of story telling and its going to be something that just ticks all the boxes for me. A great read and one that means I really must have the next tale as soon as possible.
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