Mystery/crime-novel fans should also like this novel (and presumably the series), but anyone attracted by the "futuristic" setting will get a good laugh. This is the most unsophisticated treatment of a future 50 years from now that one could imagine...or rather not imagine.
The author obviously set the timeline ahead 50 years simply to relieve disbelief of this Irish criminal/Donald Trump/Bill Gates mishmash named Roarke, who owns practically everything and everyone, and is an exceedingly handsome computer genius to boot. Totally ridiculous character, so lets just jump ahead 50 years! You'll still come to like the character and also that of Eve Dallas, of course. What the sophisticated will not like is the general abandonment and lack of attention that this futuristic setting receives from thereon.
But again, she has the romance/mystery bit down, plus entertaining characters who like to...err...enjoy each others' company almost every other page.
Really dumb plot: set 50 years in the future for no good reason, zero understanding of technology, simple... Read more