Somewhere to review books I'm reading without giving away any spoilers!
Welcome to Tecant.
Nothing ever happens here.
Ruabon Nadarl is just another low-ranking member of the scan crew, slaving away for the UFS which “liberated” his homeworld. To help pass the time during long shifts he builds secret personalities into the robots he controls. Despite his ingenuity, the UFS offers few opportunities for a better life.
Then Ruabon detects an intruder on the surface of a vital communications tower.
He could just report it and let the deadly UFS commandos take over, while Ruabon returns to obscurity.
Or he could break UFS laws and try to capture the intruder himself. For the UFS, only the outcome matters, not the method. If his custom-programmed drones can save the day, he’ll be a hero.
And if he fails, he’ll be dead.
I chose to read my copy of this book Given by the publisher and author for me to take a look, Having read the story and written my honest review I have chosen to share it here with you. If Science fiction is your favourite genre to read This series will certainly your reading taste buds feed. The Lost Tales of Solace continues with this new book “Ruabon” is definitely worth while taking a look. Ruabon Nadarl is one of the scan crew He rarely has enough to do He built personalities into the robots he used It is something to do and it keeps him amused. When an intruder he spots attacking a tower Ruabon uses his robots and all their power He attempts to thwart to attack But take care, this could get him the sack. There’s danger unfolding as the story progresses, But what’s really happening and who’ll clean up the messes? This is a page turning story, I think you’ll agree I hope you’ll try it and then you’ll see if you agree with me!
Karl Drinkwater writes thrilling SF, suspenseful horror, and contemporary literary fiction. Whichever you pick you’ll find interesting and authentic characters, clever and compelling plots, and believable worlds.
Karl has lived in many places but now calls Scotland his home. He’s an ex-librarian with degrees in English, Classics, and Information Science. He also studied astrophysics for a year at university, surprising himself by winning a prize for “Outstanding Performance”.
When he isn’t writing he loves guitars, exercise, computer and board games, nature, and vegan cake. Not necessarily in that order.