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Reviewed by Lexie Fox for Readers' Favorite
Neuroshock is the latest installment of the Division Zero series of science fiction novels and was written by Matthew S. Cox. Before we begin, it’s important to note that this book features themes of healing after sexual abuse (not depicted). This book has some exciting and futuristic ideas about the way in which societal collapse affects the attitudes of people trying to live in that world. Set in a future where crime, narcotics, and grisly ways to die are so commonplace and seemingly without consequence that death no longer elicits the emotional reaction that it does today, a dire warning about the desensitization of the masses is given.
Following Lieutenant Kirsten Wren as she investigates a series of deaths in the hacker community, her investigation is complicated by lethal and seemingly impossible phenomena taking place on GlobeNet. Matthew S. Cox continues Kirsten’s story with incredible craftsmanship, finding new and exciting directions to develop the well-established character which will keep even seasoned readers of the series on their toes. Like the best of science fiction, Neuroshock extrapolates on the technology and issues of today and spins what is familiar into a complex and deep world where our worst nightmares become realized. As the rollercoaster of plot twists and turns, while Kirsten’s investigation goes deeper and deeper into the deaths, the story finds new and unexpected ways to keep readers engaged and on their toes. This book is a masterclass on meaningful and exciting science fiction storytelling that is a must-read for fans of the series and of the wider genre.