Rath's Deception by Piers Platt is a very interesting work. It is Book One of The Janus Group, and an extensive account of upsets and travails. Rath is a soldier in the future where people around him constantly fight. He is determined to fight back at a violent world that seems to be unaware of consequences.
Rath lives in a man's world. Crime and death are understood to be normal phases for society. Violence is commonplace, and sex is an act of personal gratification that stands in the way of better pleasures.
Tarkis is a cyberpunk world where greed, idolatry, and confusion are unavoidable circumstances. Police continue complex investigations of violent crimes, and Rath becomes a contractor for an organization of assassins. Rath fights the police, and complex investigations continue without legal actions or judicial review.
Piers Platt creates excellent imagery. He uses experiences for originality. Emotional subjectivity is included in every notion and adventure. Rath's Deception is a personal journey through a criminal organization to get lots of money and make life feel better. It is a tale about masculinity defeating ideas.
Rath gains independence from Tarkis, and becomes a symbol of evil and immorality. He loses his humanity, and becomes a myth. He gets targeted by his criminal organization for assassination.
Rath's Deception is an eventful narrative. It is a private exploration into a cyberpunk world where circumstances require violent actions. Consequences of violence create complex opportunities for more violence.
Jasmine Jennifer McAlpine