Grailem

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Grailem was one of mankind’s last hopes to finally achieve immortality. Created in a test tube he had been bred specifically to be fully integrated with an artificial robotic body. To live forever has been Man’s dream almost since time began; would immortality finally bring the happiness that we all desire?
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Words: 56,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301191734
About Gary L Beer

Gary L Beer born in Kent, England and of English and Welsh descent became a traveller at an early age. The travels to the mountains of Wales with his parents as a child instilled in him a wanderlust that has remained to this day.
After raising a family a new life was forced upon him and taking up the challenge Gary went to university and achieved a BSc in Pharmaceutical Chemistry following this with a Masters Degree in Chemistry, studying nano-particle science at the very cutting edge of technology. Able to turn his hand to most things in life he has worked as a Carpenter, Steeplejack, Car Mechanic, Panel beater, Chemist and Teacher.

Gary has written many popular novels;
Journey Thru America My Quest For Peace and
Journey Thru America The Way Home.
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Review by: Frank Aaker on Jan. 14, 2013 :
Imagine the Universal Soldier, Robo-Cop, and the Exterminator all rolled into one and you have Grailem. He's the Lone Ranger of the galaxy, an experiment gone wrong, an invincible android with a human brain who makes it his business to rid the galaxy of anything un-humanoid. His crusade spans thousands of years. Feared and rejected by all, including those he rescues, he eventually realises his mission has a deeper motivation: the search for companionship and tranquility.
Disappointingly, Gary L. Beer's writing style spoiled my enjoyment of this otherwise excellent story – I found his extensive use of passive exposition (to explore Grailem's inner and outer life) left me feeling excluded and detached from his futuristic world.
But don't be put off, if unremitting detailed description is your thing, then this book is well worth reading.
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