Year pub: 2011 (original 1998, 1999, 2000)
Publisher: Simon Pulse
That ending. * _ * Oh, geez, my heart is getting fractured way to many times with these kind of endings.
Void is set in the futuristic-y-dystopian-y-sci-fi-y world. This world is set with lots of electronics and there is a special class of people called Hex. Hexes are people who have strange connection to the net and are easily concealed as hackers instead. Then there is the antagonists. There are the CPS who are out to exterminate any Hex out there.
The story starts as Wraith and his sister Raven are out to find their sister. But, that isn't all to fill up three books (in one! Only for $9.99!). There is also, taking down CPS and having the justice that all the Hexes deserve.
There are quite a lot of characters but the most important one is Raven. She's a Hex and super skilled as well. In the beginning she's not a very likable character, it figures, she isn't, but as the story progresses, she kind of defrosts her icy layer bit by bit and even though in the end, I felt she was still somewhat of a mystery.
Though, somethings I felt a little redundant and some scenes were just there to fill up until the end (where there was pows of endings). I loved the futuristic world Lassiter creates and what the characters came to be in the end.
Nothing's a void.
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