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Reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers' Favorite
Chiral Justice: A Hard Science Fiction Technothriller is the third book in The Biogenesis War by L.L. Richman, a tale that bears the author’s trademark for exceptional storytelling. Asher Dent, the new Akkadian premier, cannot be trusted. He believes in the strength of his army, especially the secret police. When an Akkadian assassin helps in brokering peace between the star nations and the alliance, Micah Case has reason to be suspicious about the peace. More so because Clint Janus has vanished and he has a secret that can cripple the alliance and the secret is about Micah. It is now up to Micah Case and Task Force Blue to stop Dent from orchestrating his plan for total supremacy over the star nations.
Reading Chiral Justice feels like watching a science fiction movie starring Tom Cruise. The action is exhilarating and the technology takes the imaginative nature of the tale up a notch. L.L. Richman proves to be a master at creating page-turning narratives with a lot of intrigue, characters that are phenomenal and fully drawn, and conflict that takes the plot in unexpected directions and with angles the reader won’t even consider. The writing is, as usual, excellent, filled with strong descriptions and vivid imagery. Chiral Justice is the kind of technothriller that will transport fans of the genre to a future world dominated by the thirst for power and the strength of military technology. The way the interplanetary world is written will have anyone rooting for L.L. Richman’s work.