Written in 30 hours within a competition, POV is a sci-fi-like novelette with some hints of mystery.
The main character, a optometrist creator of the IDRoPS technology (Internal Display Retina Operating Systems), has to face the fact that all his old patients are being killed, so he will be under investigation.
The story had excellent premises: the IDRoPS system, installed within the eye, allow to change the appearance of what the uses sees (simplify it allows to see a blue car when in reality the car was red). Unfortunately the development of the story fails the premises, the first half of the story is more engaging and rises different questions about the true nature of the killer and of the IDRoPS system, the second one instead is quite more linear.
Thanks to the publisher for providing me the copy necessary to write this review.
* POV by Chris Brosnahan ★★★☆☆
*I read this book in English