Betraying Nexus

Rated 5.00/5 based on 8 reviews
Jason works for Nexus, a secret vigilante organization. He’s a Mind Bender and can implant thoughts into the minds of others. He's both a prodigy and a rising star.

But when he’s forced to take down an old friend and learns Nexus's darkest secret, he must ask himself what he believes in. And if it’s worth turning against the woman he loves. More
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About Richard L. Sanders

Richard is 35 years old (and holding) and is a Salt Lake City native where he currently lives. To his friends, he's an annoyingly persistent optimist and a romantic at heart (despite his first marriage ending in divorce and his more recent engagement also ending in 2021). Richard is an attorney admitted to all Utah state and federal courts, but he primarily works as an investigator for the Utah government. He began publishing in 2011 while a first-year law student and was very prolific with nine publications including eight novels within five years. In 2016 he took a hiatus from writing, in response to emergent and challenging life circumstances that lasted until 2019. Richard spent these years focused on family, personal growth, and pro bono legal causes, and battling his own personal demons. He is excited by his return to the publishing world with several titles planned for release in 2022. In his spare time, he's an avid motorcyclist, competition swimmer, amateur skier, and category A chess player. (Up for a game? 1. e4 ...)

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Reviews of Betraying Nexus by Richard L. Sanders

catghost reviewed on May 30, 2013

Intriguing and well written short story which I really enjoyed. For such a short story the plot took a surprising number of twists and turns, all logic. Although the end was predicable. That said the characters where well fleshed out and their actions plausible.
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gary stuart reviewed on Jan. 11, 2013

This is the 4th freebie I've read today and I like it a lot. The plot is possibly the best I've read up to now and I will read more from this author when I have the time.
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david dartslinger reviewed on Jan. 1, 2012
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great quick read
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Red McNabb reviewed on May 17, 2011

Surprising. The author mercilessly throws his main character into conflict and plot twists without contrivance. It's refreshing to read a story where I wasn't one (or two) jumps ahead of the plot.
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Brandon Crowther reviewed on May 11, 2011

Betraying Nexus packs a lot of punch into a small space. What impressed me most was the creative “mind-bending” combat. I would love to see that concept expanded into a full length novel. Overall, Nexus is clever, imaginative, and interesting. Highly recommended!
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Bernie Wilhelm reviewed on May 2, 2011

Should I say it was a mind blower?? Good stuff IMHO. The Character Kayle only makes a short appearance and then he is dropped and that kind of left me hanging. The part about the little girl and what happened to her gave the two main characters justification for what they wind up doing.
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Matt Bills reviewed on April 19, 2011

A very good short story! This thriller placed on present-day earth combines with a unique flavor of fantasy to create a stirring work that poses moral dilemas and has the added benefit of being easily readable in one or two sittings.
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Renee Renee reviewed on April 17, 2011

I really enjoyed this story. It's a good read with well developed character and an intricate plot. The plot is interesting and managed to surprise me more than once. Highly recommended!
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Gabriel Oliphant reviewed on April 17, 2011

Pretty good short story. It contains many scifi elements not seen anywhere else like they are here, so its difinitely worth a read if you are into that stuff.
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