Friday, July 28, 2017

Book Review: STATIC MAYHEM by Edward Aubry

Title: Static Mayhem
Author: Edward Aubry
Category/Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
My Star Rating: 4/5

Goodreads Blurb:

A year after the world was thrown into magical chaos, Harrison Cody takes part in an expedition to learn the cause. What his team finds is an unfathomable enemy, who intends to finish what was started and wipe out every remaining survivor. Harrison is the key to stopping it, but doing so will come with an unbelievable sacrifice, one he might not be willing to make.

My Review: 

 As much as I loved Prelude to Mayhem, I was super excited to read Static Mayhem.  The same exciting entanglement of time grabbed at my attention, only this time Aubry dug into the magic aspect a lot more, which was a perfect angle to tackle this story-line with.  Harrison's character developed quite a bit in this book, as did his relationship with Glimmer.  Their dynamic is incredibly perplexing and fun - and Glimmer's spunky personality is exactly what I would imagine from a pixie.  There were parts in the middle that tended to drag on a bit, and other sections that left me scratching my head. All in all, another great chapter in the Mayhem Wave!

**I received a complimentary advance reader's copy from the author and voluntarily offered a honest review**

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