Socrates and the Sentinel

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The year is 2048 AD. The Iona Corporation has ended the Global Energy Crisis thanks to their revolutionary Flux Cell. It not only made them the richest private entity on the planet but it allowed them to annex the city of Sydney and declare it the sovereign nation of Iona. In addition to the Ruling Council, they created the Sentinels - an elite crime fighting unit tasked with oversight over Iona. More

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Words: 54,860
Language: Australian English
ISBN: 9781310345623
About Thomas Fay

Thomas Fay is the author of a number of science fiction and fantasy short stories and novels.

His short stories are available in three separate e-books, 'A Mind Supreme', a collection of science fiction short stories dealing with aspects of the human mind, 'Apothecary', a fantasy anthology comprised of short stories and flash fiction, and ‘Sirens Tale’ a science fiction short story continuing the events of ‘Sirens Call’. His short story 'I Miss Froot Loops' appeared in 365 tomorrows.

His first full length novel, 'Izikiel', is set in the distant future where mankind struggles to find hope in the face of an overwhelming enemy from beyond our Universe.

In his latest novel, 'Socrates and the Sentinel', a pair of police investigators, one a sophisticated android of unknown origin, take on the enigmatic Iona Corporation against the backdrop of a dystopian city of the future.

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Review by: Kate on Dec. 10, 2014 :
***** Another enjoyable book by Thomas Fay

“Socrates and the Sentinel” is a thoroughly enjoyable Sci-Fi/crime story. Set in the mid-21st century, at the time of a global-wide petrol crisis. Like in one of his short stories from the “A mind supreme” collection, the author takes us to Sydney, the city not only controlled by the powerful Iona Corporation, but also renamed Iona. The fast action and a very intriguing plot kept me reading until the very end. I strongly recommend this book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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