Manhunt How Long Can You Run

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Running from the police should never be a game, but for the rich in the 23rd century it’s just that. Until Justin Ferry the third finds out that money cannot always buy you power.
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Words: 2,010
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310324505
About Colin D Grimes

I am a UK resident and work in IT support.
I only started to write at the age of 44.
In my free time I like to watch old movies and TV shows.
My favorite authors include Tom Clancy (Red Storm Rising), H.G.Wells (War of the Worlds), Raymond E. Feist (The Riftwar Saga) Bernard Cornwell (Sharpe series) and Tom Sharpe (for laughs - Piemburg, South Africa series)

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Review by: JQDahiya on July 19, 2017 :
I can't explain exactly what about this story I found chilling, but that's the word for a one-word review.

Rich kids use time travel to be hunted in the past. Justin has the current record, but he wants to break it. Again and again. Yes, certainly sounds like a spoilt brat playing yet another immersive video game.

Except that this time travel game can get you killed. So does he survive? And for how long? What happens at 'game over'?

The description is remarkably tongue-in-cheek, once you've read the story. ;)

Recommended for a quick read. A couple of grammar errors need to be fixed, but let's not cavil too much.
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Review by: Adarsh on March 13, 2015 :
Manhunt: How Long Can You Run. This was my first experience with a 'back in time' book. Really thought provoking. The story is described in 6 pages(ePub) but essential for speeding up the readers heartbeat in the last pages. Good ending, the readers will hope for climax which is contrary to the climax stated in it, but the reader also know, it will not wise to add any other type of climax than the climax used by the author. Good luck, Colin D Grimes
Five stars * * * * *
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Review by: Carine Engelbrecht on March 13, 2015 :
Entertaining and well- realized.
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