Book Review: Syphon

Syphon: Guardians of the Fractured RealmsSyphon: Guardians of the Fractured Realms by Chad Kunego
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Samuel - or at least that’s what they tell him his name is - wakes up in a hospital with a fantastic headache and a mysterious vambrace as the only indicator of who he might be. The two detectives assigned to his case are trying to help him figure it out, but when he mysteriously disappears - apparently surviving a toss 15 stories down - they are pretty sure there is something wildly out of the ordinary about to surface. They have no idea that could include the destruction of the world as they know it.

Syphon is a paranormal urban fantasy, that brings in some interesting historical and theological elements. I enjoyed the storyline although the memory loss was a bit overdone for someone of the power level of the main character, and there was a need for some more in depth editing (I started to think I should make a drinking game out of the typo “cloths” for “clothes.”) However the plot was interesting and I’d like to see it fleshed out in trilogy or series just because I enjoyed the paranormal interplay between the physical and metaphysical. Looking forward to seeing more!

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