Never the Twain

Rated 3.75/5 based on 4 reviews
A short story about Online, the incredible supercomputer who runs all the city's services. Joel is on his first day as a Junior Assistant Operator for Online, and Joel is hoping for a quiet day. But Online has a plan, a plan which starts with letting Joel know about a secret rule, a rule that Online is determined to break, ensuring that Joel's day will be anything but quiet.
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Words: 4,940
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310027451
About Simon Stanton

Simon Stanton is a struggling author living in West Yorkshire, UK. He doesn't struggle with living in Yorkshire (that's easy), but he does struggle a bit finding as much time as he'd like to write. Simon's passion is science fiction, and he's finally plucked up the courage to publish his work.

Whilst working as a project manager during the day, Simon finds time in the evenings and weekends to write science fiction short stories and novels.

His first novel, "A Mind To Kill," is now available in print and for the Kindle on Amazon.

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Reviews

Review by: James Jenkins on Aug. 10, 2018 :
Not overly good or bad, I had the exact same thoughts and concerns while reading it that 'MasterReadersBooks' has in their review.

Mostly a 2 star story, but the ending bumps it to 3 stars.
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Review by: James Hold on April 08, 2017 :
Not bad. A bit different.
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Review by: MasterReadersBooks on Jan. 27, 2016 :
I found it a good sci fi short story and well worth a read, but you see most of it coming.
What was going through my mind was: Why was Joel allowed to keep his communicator at work once the problem with the contract he'd signed was in the open? And why isn't there generally a routine check before he (or anyone for that matter) enters the control rooms of the stuff he carries with him in his pockets, etc.?
Still, I really like the twist at the end.
Good start and I hope there will be more stories to come.
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Review by: Bobb B on Jan. 16, 2016 :
I like it, expected the usual supercomputer story, but got one with an interesting twist.
Perhaps we do not know what is best for our technology.
Keep up good work, will be waiting for more.
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