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I came to this planet fifty some odd years ago. After exiting my mother's portal, the doctor slapped me around until I started breathing the oxygen. I'll admit, at the time, I had no idea what I was doing or where I was. Being an infant Human, I was completely reliant on the responsible actions of others. It was a time that I have largely forgotten.
I reside in Central Florida with the wife and children. After thirty years in engineering, my time is now spent chronicling the adventures of fictitious heroes. They are off-world, fighting the good fight. For me? I'm stuck here on this planet in this feeble existence that we Humans are all forced to endure.
So, I ask you this... do you wish to escape the bonds of this surly planet we call Earth? Are you looking for a bit more adventure than what the grocery store has to offer? Do you worry about being enslaved by alien androids or six-eyed alien goats with lasers? Pew, pew, pew!
Yeah, that's what I thought. Asking yourself those questions and getting back an answer is the first hurdle to cross in the race to get off this world. Sounds like you are ready to venture out, to put this place behind you.
So crack open one of my books. Take to the heavens and let me shout this out to those who remain: "Watch out universe! Another Human is on the loose!"
Take care and I hope you have a great day!
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on April 05, 2015 :
Okay, so I was ensnared to pay for Sodium 2 ... and tell you what, I did NOT regret it! Problem was, I read it almost in one go ... so I feel a strong urge to purchase Sodium 3 ...
Enthralling like Sodium 1, "Apocalypse" again is more than pure SF. In fact, fighting against horrible aliens is not a very sensational plot. But Arsenault has, at least in Sodium 1 and Sodium 2, another very old plot: a development novel, how a person grows with the challenges life presents to him. So, on an other plane of literature, the author measures himself against "Der abenteuerliche Simplicissimus" ...
The hero of Sodium 2 is as a person quite similar to the one at Sodium 1, and what I already read from Sodium 3, this is true with that one too. He is male, he does develop responsibility to mankind, he is very bold. Okay ... I am curious if the Author does develop a really new hero in the following novels.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)