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What started out as a small New Hampshire college town turns into the last foothold of mankind left in the Universe. Alone and in possession of a unique technology, the last of our kind find threats and hope wait around every corner. More

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FTG Thornton was born in Princeton, NJ and was raised in nearby West Windsor Township as the youngest of four wonderful children. However, you’re free to judge how wonderful they are for yourself. He has spent his adult life exploring the country by living everywhere from New Hampshire, Virginia, Georgia, and presently in Los Angeles, Ca. He spent five years as a stand-up comic but makes his living in Real Estate Investment and Business Development Training. He is responsible for the internet personality ‘Pope Fred’ since the year 2000. Please follow @PopeFred for updates from this insane little twitter account. You can also find some cool creative content at You can also follow Siblinghood Print on twitter @Siblinghood.

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Review by: Graham Downs on Nov. 20, 2015 :
It took me a while to get into this book. It starts slowly, and is at times quite confusing. In fact, I was quite a few chapters in before I realised the story was set in the future, and although I do remember it saying, I couldn't tell you what year it was set in.

I'm still not entirely sure what caused the main event of the book. Let's just say that something happened, some kind of experiment went wrong, I think, and now the world is about to get sucked into a black hole. The protagonist and his friends find a way out, though. I'm not entirely sure how that came about either, but never mind, because I will admit that it started getting interesting from that point.

I was a bit frustrated, though, because the version of the e-book that I was reading suffered some formatting issues. First, there was no linked table of contents, which I think is pretty much essential in an e-book, because it's not easy to quickly page forward and see how long you have to go in the current chapter, like you can with a print book. Then, every once in a while (about once per chapter or so), a screen would end in mid sentence, and the next screen would be starting a new paragraph. I don't know why this is, but I doubt it's my e-reader, because I haven't seen this problem before. Thankfully, I was able to deduce from the context (most of the time) what I must've missed.

The ending was okay. There was some deux ex machina, but it wasn't as clich├ęd as I was expecting. The book in general could have done with some proof-reading and basic editing, though. Incorrectly used words, typos, and punctuation issues are fairly commonplace.

Not a bad story, all-in-all. I just wish it were packaged better.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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