A review by thinde
Mind Bullet by Jeremy Robinson


I enjoyed this low fantasy thriller. The idea of an over-powered protagonist has been done to death, but in this case, it turns out he's not OP, in fact, he has been nerfed. When he comes up against his true peers Jonas learns he's majorly outclassed. That's a fun premise.

The A.I. companion, Bubbles, was a hoot. I liked all of the companions and their flirtatious banter. Robinson does good dialogue.

Sadly, I wasn't a fan of the story's resolution. The reader's suspension of belief was already strained without the addition of a heavenly dimension. Some will like it, others... not so much.