Necropath (Bengal Station Trilogy, Book 1)

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The setting, Bengal Station, is a gigantic spaceport in the bay of Bengal, teeming with cultists, Buddhist monks and Hindu temples. My God, what Alestair Reynolds could have done with that! Instead of a sprawling epic to match his spectacular setting, Brown delivers a story that is a bit of a carbon copy of his earlier "New York Dreams" novel, with adjustments here and there. Your basic Noir "The Maltese Falcon" scenario. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the characters, cared what happened to them, and will probably read the rest of the trilogy It's almost like reading a Harlequin romance, if you liked what you got before, then you won't mind getting more of the same.

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We follow Vaughan as he attempts to solve the murders and save himself from the psichopath out to kill him. Recently added by kidmd2 , naree , Ronald.

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Marcil Jul 7, Necropath was, while simplistic and unchallenging, a fun little detective thriller set in a believably grim, dystopian future. I suppose that if you aren't irritated by the main character, the book could qualify as mediocre, but personally, it was a total waste of time.

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  6. Jeff Vaughan is a telepath working on Bengal Station, a structure containing a bustling city and busy spaceport rising out of the Bay of Bengal. Ever since I discovered Eric Brown's short stories in "The Fall of Tartarus", I've had a soft spot for his characters, so I'm usually prepared to cut him a lot of slack even after the disaster that was "Kethani".

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