Flinx's Folly by Alan Dean Foster
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I had a really great time with this one mainly because it *felt* like a nice departure from the rest of the plotlines.
It really isn't, of course, but perception is everything. You remember that love interest a few books back? Yeah, well six years have passed and she's coming back into the picture. 18-year-old Flinx has grown more powerful, more painful, and a bit wary of his never-ending quest. Or is that just his headaches? Probably just that. Or the assassins. Or the death cults who blame him as their founder. Or the gigantic galaxy-eating evil that's invading his dreams and making him go mad. Or the brain tumors in his head.
You know. Details. Minor ones.
But at its core, this is really all about romance, jealous new-ex's, and one long line of *OOPS*. It's great. :) Plus we get some *other* old characters coming back and I love them, too. All in all, this one's a totally enjoyable romp. :)
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