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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Mechcraft: Disruption is a work of fiction in the science fiction, action, and adventure sub-genres, and was penned by author Brian Fitzpatrick as a sequel to the original Mechcraft novel. The newest installment is intended for mature young adult readers and upward, owing to the presence of some violent scenes, the use of explicit language throughout, and some mild scenes of a sexual nature. Jake London and his friends, some old and some new, are back to face their demons and take on a brand new threat as a mysterious, murderous presence targets and drains Mechcrafters of their lifeforce. As the mystery unfolds, Jake and his team realize that there’s far more lurking beneath the surface and a much higher risk to their futures than they once believed.
Author Brian Fitzpatrick has crafted a high-octane and rip-roaring ride of science fiction adventure and mystery, and one that is sure to provide plenty of thrills and spills for its fans. Readers old and new to the concept of the Mechcraft will find the interesting ideas and worldbuilding very easy to pick up from the earliest pages of this novel, and then we’re frontloaded into a fascinating serial killer mystery and an emotional drama for the young protagonists all at once. I enjoyed newcomers Artemis and Neera, who were beautifully flawed and realistic to relate to and fitted into the existing crew extremely well. I thought that although the book does contain mature content, it was sensitively dealt with and written in an accessible format. Overall, I would certainly recommend Mechcraft: Disruption to science fiction fans everywhere.