Amour Amour Amour Amour (From the desk of Col. Garrett Ross)

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The Clements Academy was established, somewhere around the year 2045, to train the best and brightest orphans from around the world into the perfect agents. It's a world where technology is implanted into your body, and where corporations are more powerful than the nations they reside in. Where does love figure into a world like this? More
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Published: Dec. 27, 2012
Words: 5,540
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301825332
About Brent Meske

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Brent is a husband, father, teacher, writer, and sometimes artist living in Seoul Korea, originally from Detroit, Michigan. Brent reads Stephen King, Brandon Mull, Jim Butcher, and a hundred others. You should too.

Find some horror: Deadlines (Comet Press)
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Find some of my thoughts at the Eloquent Atheist

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Review by: Francis W. Porretto on Jan. 10, 2013 : star star star star star
Yet another excellent tale...with a few wee nits:

-- When electrocuting a man, it’s not the volts that count; it’s the watts (volts * amperes). There’s a certain minimum required – don’t ask – and it’s somewhat unlikely that enough power could be stored in devices small enough to go unnoticed in food.
-- “SHE was overextending HIMSELF at Montmorency” -- ?
-- Poisons have no relation to Petri dishes, so this image didn’t work properly.

But on the whole, once again, quite impressive. It seems I’ll have to read them all!
(review of free book)

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