The Blackstone Twins Face Off vs. Destiny by T A Gaylord (Book Review #1664)
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by Jeyran Main
3w ago
“Twins Face Off vs. Destiny: A Riveting Journey Through a World Unhinged” In T A Gaylord’s “Twins Face Off vs. Destiny,” readers are thrust into a hauntingly dystopian future, where a mysterious pandemic has wreaked havoc on the fabric of society. Against this grim backdrop, the narrative follows the harrowing journey of Zoe and Zachary Blackstone, twins born into a world marred by madness and the struggle for survival. BUY NOW The late 22nd century pandemic unfolds with a unique twist – a night madness that grips the minds of men and women, leaving only pregnant women and those breastfeeding ..read more
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“SYMUTAL” by Dean Alexandrou (Book Review #1714)
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by Jeyran Main
1M ago
“SYMUTAL” by Dean Alexandrou is a gripping science fiction novel set in the dystopian future of 2057, a world where the omnipotent power of algorithms has reached its zenith, heralding an era defined by the Algorithm Singularity. This is a future where resistance against the all-encompassing control of artificial intelligence seems futile, and humanity’s last hope lies in the hands of Omar Cantor, the head of Omicore. BUY NOW The narrative is set against the backdrop of a world where technology companies are engulfed by government AI systems, except for a few like Omicore. Omar Cantor’s darin ..read more
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The Configuration of a Soul by Irina Diamond (Book Review #1710)
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by Jeyran Main
1M ago
“The Configuration of a Soul” by Irina Diamond immerses readers in a world where scientific prowess reigns supreme, and it’s within this setting that we meet Eris, a character whose life is forever altered by her encounter with two siblings from the slums, Aaron and Natlee. Diamond creates a narrative that not only explores the boundaries of science and the human spirit but also delves into the complexities of trust, loyalty, and the human condition. Eris’s journey is a gripping one, marked by profound loss and the relentless pursuit of an almost impossible goal: to resurrect Aaron, the fallen ..read more
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Immortality Is Really Forever by Robert Laconil (Book Review #1703)
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by Jeyran Main
2M ago
“Immortality Is Really Forever” by Robert Laconil is a thought-provoking science fiction novel that delves into the intriguing concept of eternal life. The protagonist, Matthew Sella, gains immortality through a mysterious blue light, leading him on a journey spanning billions of years and multiple identities. The novel starts with Matt’s life as a married office worker, but his existence dramatically changes as he remains thirty-five for decades. To avoid detection by authorities, Matt fakes his own death repeatedly, creating new identities and living multiple lives. This fascinating premise ..read more
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Weapons Of The Mind by Owen B Greenwald and Paul Kivelson (Book Review #1684)
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by Jeyran Main
2M ago
“Weapons Of The Mind” by Owen B Greenwald and Paul Kivelson is a riveting space opera that thrusts readers into a galaxy governed by rules, duty, and the enigmatic Tenets. Tala, an Enhancer, has spent two decades adhering to these rules, but her life takes a drastic turn when a mission goes awry. Branded a Renegade and facing judgment, Tala must grapple with the dilemma of fleeing, a direct violation of the Tenets, or facing a harsh fate. BUY NOW The narrative unfolds with relentless pacing, immersing readers in a world where Tala becomes the hunted, pursued by the formidable forces of the Ga ..read more
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Psefisato by Philip Hemplow (Book Review #1680)
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by Jeyran Main
2M ago
“Psefisato” by Philip Hemplow is a wild and inventive journey into the realms of demonic possession, political intrigue, and apocalyptic machinations. The story kicks off with a bang as Freddie Lloyd, our protagonist, is thrust into a bizarre situation at the Ministry of Defence. The Defence Secretary, Aubrey Prentice, seems to have become a vessel for the demon Forcas, showcasing his supernatural powers by levitating and telekinetically torturing a captive. BUY NOW The narrative takes unexpected turns as Freddie, tasked with managing this peculiar situation, finds himself caught in a web of ..read more
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TOX by Harken Void (Book Review #1661)
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by Jeyran Main
3M ago
“TOX: A Gripping Post-Apocalyptic Journey Through the Poisoned Wilderness” In Harken Void’s “TOX,” readers are thrust into a desolate and perilous world where survival hinges on the quest for the most basic necessity: breathable air. Set against the backdrop of a post-apocalyptic landscape consumed by toxic gases known as the ‘Tox,’ the story follows the harrowing expedition of COGHAN, a novice explorer venturing beyond the safety of the Dome for the first time. BUY NOW The narrative is driven by a mission of utmost importance—to secure fresh air for the Dome’s inhabitants, including Coghan’s ..read more
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The Girl Who Was Too Much And Not Enough by Lelina Durrette (Book Review #1658)
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by Jeyran Main
3M ago
Title: “The Girl Who Was Too Much And Not Enough: A Riveting Tale of Rebellion and Identity” Lelina Durrette’s “The Girl Who Was Too Much And Not Enough” offers readers a refreshing and thought-provoking journey into a futuristic society where perfection is mandated, and rebellion carries unforeseen consequences. This captivating narrative introduces Kiera Rieman, a young woman who defies societal norms and embraces her imperfections, setting the stage for an enthralling exploration of identity, courage, and the consequences of challenging the status quo. BUY NOW The novel cleverly combines e ..read more
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The Rush by Emma Bartlett (Book Review #1646)
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by Jeyran Main
4M ago
In the gripping futuristic tale “The Rush,” author Emma Bartlett paints a vivid portrait of a world grappling with the consequences of climate change, where technology, environmental threats, and human dynamics intersect in an intricate dance of survival. BUY NOW Set two hundred years into the future, the narrative unfolds around Oliver Chadwick, an agricultural geneticist burdened by the weight of societal expectations and overshadowed by the success of his charismatic younger brother, Hugo. When Hugo proposes a drastic solution to Oliver’s floundering genetics project, the story takes a dar ..read more
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17 Planets – The Captain by A. R. Alexander (Book Review #1633)
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by Jeyran Main
4M ago
‘17 Planets – The Captain’ is a science fiction story filled with dystopian elements set three thousand years from now, where there are colonies of humans who have moved from Earth and exist orbiting three different star systems. BUY NOW These 17 colonized planets all have different styles of government. Our protagonist, Elizabeth, is a strong-willed woman who is working secretly against the corporation and works to stop them from controlling people through the Aina, a device placed on the forehead at birth to prevent you from the types of drugs introduced by the corporation themselves. The c ..read more
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