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I enjoyed reading this book as although it is set in a fictional era where some humans have evolved 'super' powers, neither the world which they inhabit nor the powers that they possess are beyond the bounds of believability.

The story is basically about an undercover government agent trying to bring down a terrorist organisation led by a highly intelligent individual who few have ever seen and even fewer have come into contact with. His name is feared by the 'normal' humans who believe that he and his 'Brilliants' are seeking to take over the world. As always there is a twist in the tale which, although not totally unexpected, is enough to keep you reading right up until the last page. This is not one of those books which tries to be too clever with convoluted plots etc. and as such it makes for an easy bed-time read which does not tax your brain too much : ).

Definitely worth a read.
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