Rated of 5
by J.R. Anderson
Mr. Lawson has painted an impressionist picture with sharply delineated points of detail. His lead character is believable and capable without being superhuman. The supporting characters with their (not always endearing) quirks add richly to his exposition. He employs a healthy amount of artistic licence, and I'll grant him his artist' prerogative. His antagonists are among the most vile I've ever encontered - Touche. Mr. Lawson, good job and Godspeed. Out here- J.R .