Publish date: March 1st 2016
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
*Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.* Monk is a dreamcatcher, a law enforcer who is sent to catch those that run and return them to the city. When he finds out his wife is now a runner, he takes it upon himself to catch her before another en...
Greg Gifune takes his signature psychological horror into a place where dark urban fantasy meets science fiction in his latest book.....where a man whose job it is to track and terminate runners who dare to follow a dream that speaks of a Promised Land far from the City....a man who now must track d...
Babylon Terminal is like an acid trip with Blade Runner running in the background. Even though there's no direct science fiction in this book, it felt like a sci-fi read and because there are "runners" my mind automatically goes to Blade Runner, but there is no real similarity between the two. M...
There is no way I could review this one better than Michael Hicks, because he fuckin’ nailed it. Well done, sir!What I could figure out from this one, I really enjoyed. It was a little sci-fi-ish for me. It lost me on more than one occasion and I still couldn’t stop reading it. Crazy. I don’t know m...
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