Ashley Fox - Ninja Babysitter

Rated 4.67/5 based on 4 reviews
Dr. Fox holds the world in his hands, but can't communicate with his daughter. When he's killed by corrupt government rivals, his children face a future alone and hunted but the most ruthless contractors in Angel City. Ashley must protect her younger brother and their father's legacy - a neural computer interface called The Micronix - while evading the weight and wrath of the ravenous Republic. More

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Words: 132,570
Language: English
ISBN: 9780983691648
About John Carrick

John Carrick grew up in northern Illinois, spent four years with the US Marine Corps, attended animation school in Los Angeles and is the creator / author of the Ashley Fox novel series.

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Review by: will reeding on Oct. 17, 2012 :
LEgacy of a Mad Scientist 'presupposes' several contradictory scientific concepts - but that said - all fiction involves suspension of disbelief. Once you get into the story, well, I haven't read anything this good in a very long time. Can't wait to start part two!!!
(review of free book)

Review by: Naomi Grey on Oct. 17, 2012 :
Wow - Flying Cars, Skynet and a Kick Ass Heroine! Everything I ever wanted in a SyFy show and never got. Dr. Fox is a genius and his daughter Ash is a female terminator.

The writing can be a little over-done in some places and a little spare in others, but once the story starts it's so hard to put it down!

I can't wait for the toy!
and the movie - and the video game!
(review of free book)

Review by: Lee Poston on Jan. 07, 2012 :
This is the most surprising, understated and captivating tale I have ever read. The writing style pulls no punches and is almost completely devoid of the little literature flourishes you might be used to. 225 pages written by John would be 700 pages written by someone else.

He spares no institution or social standards, cutting apart capitalism and religion with a scalpel from the inside; John's picture of the future is ruthless, brutal and uncompromising.

Of all the fictional characters I've come across, Ashley is the most intriguing. She operates by a set of rules i can't seem to define, I can't say I understand, only that I'm in awe of her.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Lee Poston on Jan. 07, 2012 : (no rating)
This is the most surprising, understated and captivating tale I have ever read. The writing style pulls no punches and is almost completely devoid of the little literature flourishes you might be used to. 225 pages written by John would be 700 pages written by someone else.

He spares no institution or social standards, cutting apart capitalism and religion with a laser knife from the inside; John's picture of the future is ruthless, brutal and uncompromising.

Of all the fictional characters I've come across, Ashley is the most intriguing. She operates by a set of rules i can't seem to define, I can't say I understand, only that I'm in awe of her.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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