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Corin Hayes Omnibus Books 1 to 3

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating details ·  1 rating  ·  1 review
At the bottom of the ocean, a former special forces pilot of the most advanced diving suit ever developed possesses skills that are still much in demand. However, at bottom of a beer glass there is only a blessed oblivion to drive the memories away. The face of a murdered daughter, the corpses of friends, and the last glimpse of a happy life as the light slowly dims. Corin ...more
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Expected publication: March 26th 2019
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Kitvaria Sarene
Feb 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I'm a very lucky reader - I get to beta read almost everything GR Matthews writes!

These three I obviously already read, as Corin is one of my very favourite comfort reads. When I'm down or ill Corins' absolutely stubbornness and sarcasm will cheer me up in no time!

This omnibus is a collection of the first 3 books, and therefore a perfect introduction into this new world.
It's near future dystopian, but pace and time wise I'd compare it more to series like Harry Dresden than hunger games or such.
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Geoff Matthews began reading in the cot. His mother, at her wits end with the constant noise and unceasing activity, would plop him down on the soft mattress with an encyclopaedia full of pictures then quietly slip from the room. His father, ever the pragmatist, declared, that they should, “throw the noisy bugger out of the window.” Happily this event never came to pass (or if it did Geoff bounced ...more