I was gifted a copy of The Arch Emulator and the Seven Keys in exchange for my honest opinion. So let’s talk about it.
Belle Vail is an emulator, but she doesn’t know it yet. She is too busy with her Artic adventure. But the Smiths will find her. A.A. McCoy noticed a pattern in the trees that changed his life. He knows where the seventh key is, and the Smiths will kill him when he finds it. Cana found a message from her late father. The Smiths can’t find the key. She must protect it. And Kim knows how it will all play out, but she will not be defeated.
My Thoughts on The Arch Emulator and the Seven Keys
The Arch Emulator and the Seven Keys is a page turner. Its action packed from the very beginning. And I really enjoyed all of the different storylines that make up this story. The characters are well developed with distinct personalities. That’s not always easy to do with this many points of view.
But halfway through the story I still didn’t know what was happening. Luckily, the action kept me interested until the plot started to come together. When things did start falling into place it was a lot of information to process at one time.
Once I wrapped my head around everything, I really started to enjoy it. It was a fast-paced, unique read. I’ve never read anything quite like it.
My Rating: 3/5
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