Beyond Extinction - Even the Concept of Truth is a Lie

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It's 2077 and the planet reels from human abuse. Investigative author Jack Janis and his golden retriever Max fall for Alice Algafari, an enigmatic researcher, as humans and genetically-evolved numans compete to survive. Alice, Jack and Max run for their lives when her boss ensnares them. A showdown between compassion and science erupts in Mesopotamia with Max as a key to shaping the future. More
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About John Keeble

John Keeble is an international journalist with thousands of published articles and photographs to his name. He left his last paid job at The Guardian in London 12 years ago and has spent his time giving media services to NGOs, non-profits and individuals to promote animal and social causes. This work includes writing, photography, and videography. His books are: Brothers, Lovers, Killers, a chase thriller set in his favourite places in Southeast Asia and southern England; Dying To Write, a good-natured parody of writers groups; and Automatically Better, an unconventional photography guide that focuses on the creation of meaning and impact. His TV movie, Shadow Trade, is an undercover investigation of the dog meat trade in Thailand, and his YouTube Channel (113 subscribers, 120,000 views) is Volunteer Media Asia. The author is a lifelong animal advocate, sometimes as a writer, sometimes as an activist. He is also a lifelong vegetarian/vegan. And a science fiction fan since the 1950s BBC radio series Journey Into Space frightened the life out of him as a child. He now lives in Cuenca, Ecuador.

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Review by: Robert Marcom on June 8, 2018 :
Chilling tale, a page turner with a plot that keeps you reading. I am a futurist and Keeble spins a dark future for humanity.
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Review by: Pam Duffield on Feb. 23, 2018 : (no rating)
John Keeble's latest book, Beyond Extinction, could be described as a work of science fiction, but it is also a romance, with touches of sheer horror, yet with very funny escapes into the independent thoughts of delinquent cell phones.
The futuristic narrative is so much more than just a story. It carries a strong message and a severe warning, amid the dark side of artificial intelligence.
Set about 50 years from now, it highlights the cruel destruction of the natural world by humans. Now the tables have turned, bringing in other evolved players.
I enjoyed the fast pace of the story. The surprises along the way are intriguing and there's not a boring moment in the story. The main characters, a journalist, a genetic researcher and their delightful Golden Retriever are key the future new world.
Beyond Extinction is unputdownable.
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