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Kfir Luzzatto is the author of eight novels, several short stories and five non-fiction books. Kfir was born and raised in Italy, and moved to Israel as a teenager. He acquired the love for the English language from his father, a former U.S. soldier, a voracious reader, and a prolific writer. Kfir has a PhD in chemical engineering and works as a patent attorney. He lives in Omer, Israel, with his full-time partner, Esther, their four children, Michal, Lilach, Tamar, and Yonatan, and the dog Elvis.
Kfir has published extensively in the professional and general press over the years. For almost four years he wrote a weekly “Patents” column in Globes (Israel’s financial newspaper). His popular guide, "FUN WITH PATENTS—The Irreverent Guide for the Investor, the Entrepreneur and the Inventor", was published in 2016. He is an HWA (Horror Writers Association) and ITW (International Thriller Writers) member.
You can visit Kfir’s web site and read his blog at www.kfirluzzatto.com. Follow him on Twitter (@KfirLuzzatto) and friend him on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/KfirLuzzattoAuthor/).
on May 01, 2018 :
This is a fabulous story from start to finish. It’s so well written, with a very clever and interesting plot. The unpredictability of the story is one of the many things that appealed to me. Kfir Luzzatto has put together a great group of characters, and it was easy to like Amber and Kal, two of the main characters in the story. I know how much I’m enjoying a book when I need to stop reading it, when life gets in the way and I can’t wait to pick it up again, and this was certainly one of those.
With Kal being implanted with a chip in his head on his first birthday, he had never known any other world or reality. Kal lived and worked in the city as a Physicist for the High Professor, who controlled everyone via their chip. It was hard for him to understand how someone that didn’t have a chip, would enjoy living as much as he did, as Kal was sure there wasn’t a better way to live than in a controlled environment. It wasn’t until he met Amber who was from the Freeland, that he discovered how different things were for people outside the city, who weren’t controlled by a chip. Sure, life was sometimes harder, but he was experiencing things he had never done before. Maybe there was a better life outside the city, however Kal and Amber are going to have a tough time of it in trying to make it to Freeland alive and in one piece. Add this book to your reading list, you won’t be disappointed. It’s well worth the 5/5 Star
(reviewed the day of purchase)