Version Innocent

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Tired of immortality? Take a break from life, back your self up, dissolute, and wake up ten..twenty..even a hundred years later refreshed, young, and ready to live again IN THE FUTURE. That was the sales pitch. The virus hit hard and fast wiping the only backups of thousands. It's murder pure and simple, a rare and unthinkable crime in this age. And why the urgent need to find Sam Storm 6.7? More
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Review by: Mary Blackwell on March 22, 2014 :
I can only agree with David Gervais's review ... many typos but a brilliant story. I do not want to give away anything so suffice to say that reading this took me back to my teens when I went through the library reading everything marked science fiction ... there are explanations given for the technology but it is in layman's terms and makes sense within the story (those who know explaining to characters that don't) and not enough to interfere with following the story - a perfect balance for me.

The story is more plot-driven than character development and the search for answers means we keep moving on so although the book is long it is very fast-paced.

There were a lot of typos but the only one that was really confusing was one towards the end where the numbering of two versions of a character was incorrect.

Overall, I really enjoyed this story and raced through it in a day or so.
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Review by: David Gervais on Dec. 8, 2013 : (no rating)
Excellent novel, good concepts, but you have to have a high tolerance for typos.
The book is complete, however it sets up a sequel that continues with "What happens next?".
I've started the sequel, the typos are running at about one every 4-5 pages, so again, start it only if you can cope with the typos.
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