Print Length: 419 pages
Genre: Superhero Fiction
One man shouldn’t be alive.
One man shouldn’t be in love.
One man shouldn’t exist.
None of them wanted to be a superhero.
The BookViral Review:
Originality and authenticity always make for great books and Janowsky continues to deliver on both counts with the release of her fourth book in The Persistence of Memory series.
A superb blend of techno-thriller and superhero fantasy that whips along at a cracking pace W.I.S.E. Men is the origin story her fans have been waiting for and it’s a corker!
There are more and more books about superheroes being released but what often separates the good from the bad is an author’s ability to get into the minds of their characters and this is something Janowsky is particularly good at.
Fielding a fun, intelligent and immediately engaging plot she revels in weaving converging plot lines together across multiple timelines whilst again demonstrating a meticulous eye for detail.
The central characters in W.I.S.E. Men are U.S. Army Lieutenant Kevin Rye, his longtime friend, Rob Fisher, U.S. Army Ranger Graham Beech and Steven Amato with mythological Daniel Hecht yet to make his travel through time. As you would expect from Janowsky they are all strong and vividly described but it’s her exploration of their differing relationships that makes W.I.S.E. Men such a good read. She takes time to explore their sexuality, their fears and their vulnerabilities and there are few authors in the genre who do this so well.
A wholly absorbing and highly enjoyable read W.I.S.E. Men proves another win for Janowsky and is recommended without reservation!