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Orphan Records

John D. Wolf (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-3052-5 ©2006
Price: $15.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 272 pages
Category/Subject: FICTION / Science Fiction / Adventure

ORPHAN RECORDS takes surviving the future to new heights. Clones, computer gamers and the common man, take on world dominance by those who would claim to own the future.

The end of the 21st century finds survivors of global warming, nuclear winter and earth’s readjustment to mankind’s ugliness, using technology to organize, defend and hold on to what’s left. Computers rule, but to reach the top of the heap takes cunning computer gaming skills of the Cyber Voyagers and those cornered by self-ordained rulers that claim proper lineage. Cyber-wars rage, but the battle is won by savvy clones like Mark2 of Devet and what’s found in the orphan records, hidden deep inside network databases. Andy Champion and Sandra Veebach must handle dangerous challenging moments to survive their own future.

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Customer Reviews

  Good read , 03/05/2006
Reviewer: George Carroll
Read your book - liked it- good job.

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  Great Story , 04/02/2006
Reviewer: John Schnell
Enough (non stop?)action for the "Cyber Rambos" and sufficiently rooted in reality to make you think. It might even make you reevaluate the potential worth of geeks and games.

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  Really, good!!! , 04/21/2006
Reviewer: Rodger Curnow
An excellent story with intriguing turns. One can only hope for more from Mr. Wolf!

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  What a ride! , 02/25/2007
Reviewer: Shirley Ann Parker
A rollicking good tale with jaw-dropping plot twists and turns that keep you on the edge of that once-comfortable chair. A highly imaginative, yet perfectly logical projection into the future of Earth, given the path we're already treading. Warfare like nothing we've seen so far, to save the survivors of previous man-made madness and natural catastrophes. Engineers and computer geeks will revel in its intricate technology, wanting to go out right now and buy (or invent) almost every one of the envisioned and highly complex tools, guidance systems, and so forth. (May society never degenerate low enough for a couple of them to evolve!) Non-geeks will hang on for the sheer excitement of this taut and thrilling book.

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