A Different Sort of Life

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Caroline thought she had everything figured out. As a member of an elusive cyber-terrorist organization, she believed the root of all mankind's problems lay in modern technology. All that changes when she meets a complex Artificial Intelligence who offers to help her accomplish her goal. As she grows fond of the A.I., she begins to wonder: What does it take to be considered a life form? More
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About Finnian Valko

I suppose I'll be honest and say I don't like to talk about myself a whole lot. That's probably because I almost never know exactly what to say. But because I know you've taken the time to come to my page and potentially bought a book of mine, I'll give it a shot just for you.

For starters I think I can honestly say I'm pretty young for being an author. Writing is kind of an outlet for me. It lets me express myself and my views on things indirectly. Perhaps that is why I enjoy it so much. I can actually give out my opinions while entertaining the reader. Actually I think I'm even better at getting my point across when I'm writing a story than when I'm discussing it directly.

I hope if you've read my work that you've enjoyed it, and if you haven't then please feel free to check it out. If you'd like to learn more about me, feel free to check out my blog or Twitter feed. If you're feeling daring you can even friend me on Facebook!

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Review by: Fatal Kurai on May 11, 2014 :
“A Different Sort of Life” be Finnian Valko is personally one of my favorite stories on Smashwords so far. It starts with a girl named Caroline, who sneaks into a building ran by a company named M.E.E.R (Marketed Evolution of Electronic Revitalization). Her main goal is to destroy all technology that rules modern society, and bring the world back to a time where technology wasn’t apart of normal life.

You then get introduced to her boyfriend, Daniel, who seems fishy, but overall a pretty decent character (until you get to the end, I won’t say anything but die in a fire, Daniel.) A lot of plot-twists are revealed, and so much happened, it really gets you attached to the story and characters.

I say pick this up if you like free books. I guarantee you’ll like this book if you’re into sci-fi romance, and I wouldn’t mind at all if the author made a sequel. –Lightz, also known as Fatal Kurai
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Review by: Josh Post on Nov. 14, 2012 : (no rating)
Definitely a good read, 4 stars! Check it out!
For more of my thoughts on this book, check out the full review on my blog. http://coljonsquall1.wordpress.com/2012/11/15/novellette-a-different-sort-of-life-by-finnian-valko/
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