Rig



Rig Epub Author Jon Wallace Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk A Fast Moving, Filmic And Violent SF Thriller, Perfect For Fans Of Jack Campbell A Meeting Of The Road And Rogue Trooper Barricade Introduced Artificial Lifeform, Kenstibec Steeple Saw Him Reduced To The Level Of Humanity Now Kenstibec Must Fight His Way To The Home Of The Man Who Created Him And The Other Ficials The Man Who Tipped The World Into War And Sealed Humanity S Fate Can Kenstibec Win A Future Back For Man Jon Wallace Has Written A Series Of Short, High Action Yet Thoughtful SF Thrillers Controversial Yet Full Of Dark Humour These Are Rewarding SF Thrillers That Echo The Pleasures Of Noir And Bring A Sharp New Perspective To British SF.Rig

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[Ebook] ➤ Rig  ➪ Jon  Wallace – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Rig
  • Jon Wallace
  • 24 October 2018
  • 057511889X

10 thoughts on “Rig

  1. says:

    This gritty trilogy set in a post nuclear war world comes to a satisfactory conclusion It s been a pleasure to get to know Kenstibec, now no longer Ficial artificial or Real human.

  2. says:

    A very entertaining book Not what I expected and a step up from steeple.

  3. says:

    The book is out for almost two weeks and I m the first to even mark it as read This is ridiculous This book is even better than the first two, and I feel that there are not enough good new writers or even old writers out there that we can afford to overlook a series as good as this one The story is...

  4. says:

    To steal a quote from the movie Blade Runner More human than human The final novel sees Kenstibec in his limbo state, neither Ficial nor Real, but coming to terms with his situation Full of trills, mystery, tension and action, this was a strong finish to the trilogy Previous characters...

  5. says:

    Absolutely loved this book up until the last dozen or so pages ending seemed to loose momentum otherwise would have been 5 5 The trilogy may or may not end here some story threads could be picked up again, I hope so as it s my favourite sci fi series s...

  6. says:

    This series reminded me of Gormenghast where the first two excellent books are followed by a weak third which suffers from taking the protagonist out of the environment of the first two novels in this case a future Britain which wo...

  7. says:

    Yet another super irritating 3rd in a trilogy except it doesn t say anywhere that there are 2 preceding books you should read first I m starting a policy of refusing to read any books by authors who allow their publishers to do that.

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