Monday, August 8, 2016
RELEASE DAY + BOOK REVIEW: "Inimicus" by T.H. Morris
“Scius is the obvious enemy. Inimicus is the enemy that you don’t know you don’t know. The one you’d never see coming in a million lifetimes.”
That was what Jonah was told.
And now, he knows Inimicus is in the game. His unseen enemy is prowling through the shadows, making moves that no one can predict or prevent, and armed with a weapon more dangerous than any ethereal blade or staff: anonymity.
Jonah thought he had ventured into uncharted waters before, but the past was nothing compared to this. In the past, the enemies were known. Now, no amount of power can help you fight an enemy that you “don’t know you don’t know.”
In this latest installment in The 11th Percent Series, loyalties will be tested. People will lose sight of what’s truly important. The line between friend and enemy will get blurred. And the question everyone’s mind is also the same one that holds the difference between victory and downfall: Who can you trust?
I received an ARC copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
So by now you all know that I am a fan of Morris' books. This series has so much going for it, after the last book I doubted it could get better. So, I was wrong. It's not better, it's miles above what Morris has released so far.
I am a plot person. I've seen great characters ruined by a mediocre plot, and vice versa. Inimicus and its predecessors have both, but the characters have always been a bit better than the plot, for me. In this book, the plot is so engrossing, I only stopped reading when my Kindle battery died. If you read the books in order (and I recommend it, though it is easy to follow the story even if you don't read them in order), you can tell how far the author has come with his writing skills.
I was left in doubt, trying to puzzle this book out as I read, hanging on everything Jonah said and the narrative described. To say this is the best book in the series yet is an understatement.
I love every character, even the villains are so intriguing in the way they are written. This should be on every paranormal/horror fan's TBR list.
Purchase Inimicus on Amazon!