Now this is the good stuff.
The story begins with a plane crash caused by mass amnesia, rolls into international romp through Mexico and China, and climaxes when a hidden recluse tells his tragic life story. A clandestine government agency that uses spies to ensure that America gets its way is the cause of most of the trouble, as far as I’ve read. As you can expect from any scenario involving telepathy or memory erasure, MIND MGMT contains a fair share of Philip-K-Dickery. The art is gorgeous, everything looks as good as the front cover.
This looks to be an excellent series, and the fact that I was unaware of it before reading this book makes me suspect that I’ve been living my life wrong.