coming into his own. Logan has known since childhood that he possesses a special gift--he can detect others who have the ability to transit, or ghost-walk. Though ghost-walking has been outlawed for centuries, Logan is secretly drawing together a crew for a risky quest.
The fates of these three young men will lead them, along with the entire Assembly, to the brink of destruction in this inventive tale of adventure, honor, and the things worth fighting for.
Reviewer: Camille Murray
I enjoyed Renegades. Although I'm not a huge fan of the writing style, it fits the genre, and Locke uses it to superb effect. He did a great job of weaving a political mess throughout the story. I really enjoyed the brother relationship between Sean and Dillon.
My biggest disappointment was the climax. After all that leadup, I expected a big, challenging end battle. But the ending was no bigger than the rest of the story. Everything pretty much went according to plan, and all the challenges that might have been worthy opponents for the ghost-walkers were quickly dealt with.
Overall, it was a fun story with decent suspense, and the world-building was very believable.
Book provided courtesy of Baker Publishing.