Legion by Brandon Sanderson
Finally, this was 88 pages of extremely bizarre bliss. Mr. Leeds is not insane: he asserts that because insanity is partially defined by an inability to function through and even enjoy life because of one’s disorder, he can’t be.
The fact that he has quite a few hallucinations that live with him and are all geniuses in their own fields? That have helped him crack impossible cases and made him infamous in the academic community? It’s irrelevant. He functions quite well, despite his recluse status, and enjoys his life just fine. But it does land him in an interesting situation involving a camera that can take pictures of the past.
But he is definitely, most certainly, not insane.
Basically, Sanderson is being ridiculous while being amazing at it.
(There’s a novel length sequel to this.)
Guest review contributed by Jenna Kristine. Jenna focuses on short punches of book reviews, weaving in her favorites and insight into each one. She is just as likely to read a comic book as she is a historical fiction novel.