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Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds is a contemporary science fiction, which is obviously the comfort zone of the author, but every time, he manages to give a nice and refreshing experience to his followers. It is a science fiction fantasy and has got everything that you could expect from a Brandon Sanderson novel. Oliver Wyman once again is the chosen narrator for the narration job and the performance was highly liked by many.
The story of Stephen Leeds continues who is perfectly sane and it is just his hallucinations, which are actually mad. He has unrivaled aptitude and is capable of learning any new skill, art or vocation just in a matter of few hours. However, in order to have all this, his mind used to create hallucination and some hallucinatory people. Leeds used to call them aspects in order to carry and manifest the information. Wherever he is off to, he is connected with a team of experts (imaginary) who gives him all the advice and explanation of matters. He used to solve different problems of people at a good price.
His brain is now getting a lot more occupied and the aspects are more inclined towards taking shape of their own. When a company hires Stephen Leeds for the purpose of recovering a stolen camera, which could allegedly take snapshots of the past, things started to get complicated.
Legion is the opening novel of the subject novel series and it is highly recommended to get the real feel of the exciting series and to develop interest to read more within it. Legion: Skin Deep is another exciting novel and will somehow complete the nexus of the Legion novel series, while giving you a deep and full insight into the entire series.