#BookReview Open Source by Anna L. Davis

 

Open Source by Anna L. Davis is an R rated, epic, sci-fi, fantasy, crazy adventure!

This book far exceeded my expectations, especially since sci-fi isn’t my usual genre. Anna makes this fantasy novel come off the page and take over my brain (pun totally intended, by the way).

Ryker, our home-less former writer lead, doesn’t have a NeuroChip in his brain. Everyone else in this world does, and it’s a fad that’s taking over the nation. Soon enough, our friend gets himself into a difficult situation and a chip is forced into his brain. His buddy Sawyer, Rae, Rae’s ex Nox, a bag lady, and many more quirky characters dance across the pages and whisk us through a not-so-distant, potential future. What do we do when chips are in our brains, following our every move? Will politics get in the way of the potential good? It’s sci-fi, the answer is always yes.

This is one of the few books that I didn’t see the ending coming, and I loved that. There’s so many little hints along the way, yet I just didn’t connect those dots. Anna has a well crafted story on her hands and it’s so well thought out. The seeds planted along the way will make you question reality itself – what the heck is going on in this book?! Everything ties itself up nicely in the end, thank goodness. But… I still want that sequel. It says this is book one in the series everywhere I look, so I really hope Anna throws us some more epic fantasy our way!

I don’t have many cons about this book. I would have liked to read this as a book I binged instead of putting it down. I’m not much of a tech or sci-fi fan, so I ended up forgetting some of the terminology and background when I left it for a few days. It’s still easy enough to read if you step away, but personally I want to binge it.

I like that the story leaves off like the book could end, even though the story could continue. I hate cliffhangers, so this ending bides well with me.

Overall, this book is truly an epic. I could see a television show or a movie being made of it. It’s just so darn good! I have to say… it’s one of my top reads of 2019!! I never thought I’d put a sci-fi that high on my list, but I did! And it’s all Anna L. Davis’s fault!

Five out of five stars!

I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads.

Find out more about this book and the author on:
Goodreads – Open Source
Twitter – @annaldavis1
Amazon.com
Amazon.ca
Barnes & Noble

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