Sleeper Protocol by Kevin Ikenberry

Sleeper ProtocolSleeper Protocol by Kevin Ikenberry
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Kieran Roark awakens with no memory of who he was or what has happened to him. To make matters worse Kieran has one year to remember or the state will euthanize him. Scientist Berkeley Bennett was given the mission to try to manipulate Kieran’s emotions to make him remember who he was but ends up falling in love with him instead.

Sleeper Protocol is a futuristic sci-fi read with the main character waking up missing several years and not being familiar with the time or the changes that have taken place. It’s always fun to see what an author can come up with taking place many years into the future.

This book however got off to a really slow start for me. I had a bit of trouble connecting with Kieran right away and the story took a while to get me interested in what was going on or caring about what Kieran was going through. I think maybe because he didn’t know himself that I felt I didn’t either for a while. After a time though it became a bit more interesting as we get into the relationship and Kieran discovering his purpose.

Overall, I found this one an OK read, enjoyed the setting and situation the most in the read.

I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


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