Christopher Hinz’s book Binary Storm is a prequel to his earlier books in the Paratwa universe. The story takes place during the late 21st century, when the has Earth survived many environmental disasters and, as a result, is in a state of chaos. In addition, humanity is fighting an undeclared war against the Binaries, which physically inhabit two bodies but have a single consciousness. At the center of it all is the book’s protagonist, Nick Smith, a computer programmer, and his partner, Annabel Bakana. Both Nick and Annabel are part of E-Tech, whose goal is to bring technology under control. Nick an Annabel must use their wits in order to defeat the Binaries and save the Earth from doomsday.
Binary Storm is a fine piece of military science fiction The action is plentiful, and the plot is very suspenseful and unpredictable. The book has elements of love and treachery. In addition, the characters are multidimensional and extremely well-developed. The reader is thrust deep into each principal character’s psyche and understands what drives each and every one of them.
In conclusion, Binary Storm is highly engrossing and fascinating. If you enjoy reading highly suspenseful military science fiction that keeps you guessing until the last page, you should consider reading Hinz’s novel.
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|Page Count||432 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|