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I'm married, father of two fine children and I have made Fort Collins Colorado my home. Currently I work as a manufacturing chemist in the pharmaceutical industry, swim and write science fiction.
on March 02, 2013 :
Legacy of Daddy is a whirlwind ride of an incredible universe heavily constructed by Angus H. Day. This book is chock full of action, believable techno-speak, new races and new worlds. Legacy of Daddy takes the reader on a journey that never stops to breath and covers everything from advanced medical science, to political and social upheaval to sex and space wars. The science behind the nanites and progression of technology in this world helps keep the story level, although there are some rather interesting technological twists and turns which dance along the fence of science and fantasy. Angus H. Day has packed years of progress and experiences by the main characters into an easy read and a fun ride. I recommend reading this book and the following series!
(reviewed 85 days after purchase)
on Jan. 31, 2013 :
Legacy of Daddy is a true science fiction book. The first real sci-fi I have read since Ender’s Game. Angus Day is a master engineer who makes science and literature merge seamlessly, and apparently with an ease I envy. Legacy of Daddy is an amazing journey, at times witty, heart breaking, at times heated and sexy, it was simply true to emotions we as humans feel throughout our tiny lifetimes. You can discuss this book on so many levels, you can debate over ideas and ideals, or just simply kick back and enjoy the ride. Angus Day challenges you, demands that you think outside of your magnificent brain and get your hands dirty. Politics, hierarchy, scheming, conspiracies, love, hate, revenge, secrets, it’s all here!
(reviewed 89 days after purchase)
on July 31, 2012 :
I would recommend reading The Legacy of Daddy. Angus has asked me as an author of a different book (I wrote a book called Apex Predators) to read through this earlier. I loved what I've read.
This book has a brilliant view of a very dystopian type future with awesome and convincing uses of technology. Angus writes as if the ghost of George Orwell speaks to him. You won't regret purchasing this book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)