Based on the reviews and the Twitter hype, I had high expectations going into this book. In fact, I was so excited about it, I bought the e-version and the paperback so I would have my choice of formats when I was ready to enjoy. Refraction did not disappoint!
With a lot of build-up and a clear turning point for the action, Refraction feels like two different books in the most amazing way. Geo takes his time setting up the adventure, planting little seeds, and letting you get to know each of the characters who will go on an action-packed, head-spinning ride in the second half of the book.
From there, we encounter a unique world where reality and dreams collide in unpredictable and unexpected ways.
It is truly difficult to pick out what I enjoyed most about this book. From the London setting, the truly imaginative plot, and the fun pop culture references, to the diverse cast of likable characters, there is so much to love and enjoy.
I read The Cracked Reflection, Geo’s introductory novella, first. After reading Refraction, I want to go back and reread it to see if it changes how I interpreted Maria’s story.
My review of The Cracked Reflection is available here.
Both books are available on Amazon and Terry Geo’s Refracted World website.