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Book review: Stuart Kenyon – Faster, Stronger, Deader: Augmented Reality (@StuartKenyon8)

John had lost so much when he refused the follow the crowd and be augmented. His family, his love, his career, but he kept something important, his life. When a virus struck, those augmented they died. But they didn't remain dead. They rose again, killing everything in their path. He had committed to isolation, but… Continue reading Book review: Stuart Kenyon – Faster, Stronger, Deader: Augmented Reality (@StuartKenyon8)

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Book review: Anthony Carinhas – Clever Ruse (@anthonycarinhas )

Fifty thousand pounds a year to every psychiatris--with the option to nominate a beneficiary to receive it in their stead on death--was enough to ensure most detrimental secrets remained undisclosed to the masses. It was better they were kept where they belonged. When the house was built it was created with its own unique scruples and guidelines,… Continue reading Book review: Anthony Carinhas – Clever Ruse (@anthonycarinhas )

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Book review: Dr Shawn Phillips’ Darkened Demigod

Imprisoned, observed, goaded. This was the life the Demigod had endured for over a decade. The people who held him sent a new observer, the others had met their end, more often by his hand, or more precisely, his thumb. This one he named Bookworm, and to him he finally begins to divulge his secrets.… Continue reading Book review: Dr Shawn Phillips’ Darkened Demigod

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Book review: S. A. Gibson’s Pratima’s Engines (@gibsonauthor )

Pratima was summoned, the Duke required help with some technology, and she was just the person he needed. Long ago the Collapse was thought to be caused by human arrogance, they believed their thoughts were truth to be displayed and enforced. The libraries set rules, rules intended to keep everyone safe, and it appears the… Continue reading Book review: S. A. Gibson’s Pratima’s Engines (@gibsonauthor )

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Book review: SEEDS The Journey Begins by Cary Allen Stone (@CaryAllenStone1 )

Humanity was about to embark on a new frontier. Returning to the role of Explorer they were destined to be. Only this time they were going further than any have been before. Their destination, Titan. Mother Earth was angry with her children, exhausted of resources and her anger rained down on those committing matricide. There… Continue reading Book review: SEEDS The Journey Begins by Cary Allen Stone (@CaryAllenStone1 )

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Book review: Addiction & Pestilence by Edmund Kelly (@edkell99 )

War is constantly advancing. Biological warfare was just another method. Tired of sending their young off to die the military have a contract to Concord Labs to design a 'super battlefield bug' something they could drop on the enemy, but that wouldn't spread and die out quickly. Under the guise of a drug treatment centre… Continue reading Book review: Addiction & Pestilence by Edmund Kelly (@edkell99 )

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Book review: The Baby Auction by Peter Taylor-Gooby (@PeterT_G )

You don't make friends in Market World, there are no heroes, no acts of kindness, and especially no gifting. This was the way of life, 'don't pay, don't get'. It didn't matter if someone's life was on the line, if you acted freely you answered to the law, and the Enforcers ensure all adhered to… Continue reading Book review: The Baby Auction by Peter Taylor-Gooby (@PeterT_G )

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Book review: Dystopia: The Long Road by D.J Cooper (@DJCooper2015)

John loved Amy, she was beautiful, pristine, and her excellent culinary skills seemed to always ensure he carried an extra few pounds. The two of them couldn't have been much different, Matt was outdoorsy, a prepper, and with Sept 11th just around the corner it was time to make sure things were in order. Just… Continue reading Book review: Dystopia: The Long Road by D.J Cooper (@DJCooper2015)

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Book review: Subnormal by Stuart Kenyon

Britain was in trouble. Austerity became the way of life, global recession hit everyone, with the election drawing near everyone wanted to win support, but a new group, Unity, made promises which seemed too good to be true. A self-sustaining, profiting Britain on the rise to the glory it knew in the less than distant… Continue reading Book review: Subnormal by Stuart Kenyon

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Book review: Apocryphal of Julie by G.W. Miller II

Julie arrived at Teotihuacan, the City of the Gods, a place said to be where men went to become immortal. Elbow deep in blood, she had held on as long as she could, her life flashing before her eyes, warning her the end was nigh, but she held on, she fought. Her dreams of the… Continue reading Book review: Apocryphal of Julie by G.W. Miller II