Quasar

Rated 3.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Quasar was created by a Robotic intelligence to kill their enemies, he was their latest secret weapon against an organic race that they were at war with, an empire went to the winner, unfortunately for his creators, Quasar decided to win it for himself. However he did not get it all his own way for he knew nothing about subterfuge, but he did know how to be evil. More
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 66,450
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781311229595
About Philip R Benge

I was born in London, England. Like most of the world I had to work hard to pay my mortgage and all the other bills so I only had the time and the energy to write some short stories. My wife and I have a son who is now married to a lovely wife and they have five children of their own. Since retiring to the Greek island of Crete I have finally found the time and the energy to write some full length Science Fiction stories.

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Review by: Mark Schultz on Dec. 11, 2014 :
interesting story. The action was tight, but it could have been fleshed out a lot more. I enjoyed it, but there were a lot of spelling errors that I kept tripping over.
I would be glad to help the author correct the spelling errors, my rates are quite reasonable. I can be reached at tinman97030 at yahoodotcom.
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Review by: James Jenkins on Aug. 21, 2014 :
Not ready for prime time, I read 5% before giving up. The writing is choppy and needs a major edit by an editor who is not connected to the author.

There is a glimmer of a story idea in there, but the all plot points I saw in the first 5% have been done multiple times before.
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Review by: Andrew Marx on Aug. 07, 2014 :
Quasar is the story of an apocalyptic space battle that pits the maniacal Quasar against…well, the entire universe. Created as a weapon of mass destruction, Quasar grows in sentience, becoming more demented and even more unstoppable.

The author crams a lot of action into the narrative giving the book a sense of frantic disorientation from the first page that carries through every battle sequence. He effectively taps into that familiar sense of loss we all know too well when everything falls down around you. But this is first and foremost a story about humanity’s survival instinct in a cosmic stand-off. No one is backing down.
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