I cannot really explain the plot without giving out the story, it’s quite complex and in a way, very technological, so deep into the matters sometime I had difficult to follow it. I have the feeling this story would be as cream for a cat to the geeky readers, those who reveal with all these nanotech stuff.
The Trust is not a classical romance, actually there is little romance in the story, so little that I think you can count in the fingers of your hands how many pages there are with the two main heroes together. I was actually looking at the numbers of the pages quickly reaching the final ones and wondering when one hero was supposed to meet the other. But in the end, I have to say that it was not really important: the relationship between the two men is so strong that it doesn’t need the physical touch, and neither once I had the feeling that these two were not in love or were not supposed to be together in the end, only maybe not in the classical way I was expecting.
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Paperback: 234 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (June 18, 2012)
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