Pure Reality : Part One : Black

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Connor Cooper was born in the wrong century. He longs for something real, away from the personality devoid glass and metal of the modern world. Through tense encounters, kidnappings and smoking guns, Pure Reality, a simulation for your mind, shows him incredible adventure and another side to his personality. But what he didn’t expect was his life to change beyond all measure. More

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About Ryan Rinsler

Ryan was born in England, and since then has lived in multiple countries across the world. His passion is storytelling, and through intricate plots and diverse characters he creates a universe that is both believable and interesting. Questions are asked by readers, theories are proposed, and fan stories conconcted. This is what makes Ryan tick and keeps his fingers tapping the keys.

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Review by: PJHarvey on Sep. 17, 2018 :
Overall I found this book excellent, and the last few chapters especially riveting. The storyline was very good, and I was glad it didn't turn into another West World, as Ryan has come up with a completely new slant on surrogacy which I found interesting to say the least! The complexity of the storyline and the use of future science I found very believable. The use of current science expanded into future sci-fi made the whole idea of the future in the book very convincing.

The final three chapters were incredibly fast-paced and the ending hit me the same way as the ending in the film Easy Rider did. (If you haven't seen it, watch it). The movement in those chapters was excellent, and you could feel the panic and the breathlessness and confusion and lack of understanding, all were totally palpable. The ending itself had a stunning effect, and it took me a few minutes to understand exactly what had happened. Because of that it made the ending, in word I don't use very often, brilliant.

I simply can't wait for part 2.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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