Automatons

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Perhaps the world ended, and we brought it on ourselves. But only Joyce noticed the whimper. And she might just be tits-out crazy.

Intended for adult readers, science fiction / humour novel Automatons is a stripping bare of the ways people stumble blindly down the same old paths, and how we find it so much easier to be humane to our technology rather than each other. More
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About BP Gregory

Horror! Sci-Fi! All manner of strange happenings! Writer and avid reader, BP Gregory was always an oddment to justify the most terrible things. With such tales you shouldn't always feel comfortable or safe.

Newest horror short story Lunchbox is now available - Do ghosts exist? Surely the city would crawling with them by now ...

Please also take the time for a stroll down humanity's eerie back alleys and enjoy all BP Gregory's newest science fiction, horror and urban fantasy short stories neatly packaged together in Orotund: Collected Short Stories Volume Two.

For more sneak peaks including Something for Everything, the upcoming successor novel to Automatons' mournful legacy; more stories, reviews, and recommendations for your next great read visit http://www.popgoesthebrainstem.com.

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Review by: darbycook on April 29, 2014 :
Amazing, grim, and horrible. I loved it! This author can WRITE!!! Poetic and beautiful. Obviously, the writer has more than a story and takes wonderful, rare pride in its crafting. Quite disturbing.
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Review by: MoratGurgeh on Oct. 02, 2013 :
Both starkly beautiful and profoundly disturbing, BP Gregory's Automatons is a novel of a dystopia that's just around the corner and all too plausible. With characters that you can't help but like despite their many flaws, and a very Australian setting and dialogue (coffee ruined a perfectly good keyboard the first time I encountered 'nose-goblins'), I cannot recommend this story highly enough.
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