"It took T. Jackson King exactly one sentence to set his hook so deep in me that I finished LITTLE BROTHER'S WORLD in a single sitting, and I'll be thinking about that vivid world for a long time to come. The last writer I can recall with the courage to make a protagonist out of someone as profoundly Different as Little Brother was James Tiptree Jr. His own writing DNA borrows genes from writers as diverse as Tiptree, Heinlein, Norton, Zelazny, Sturgeon, Pohl, and Doctorow, and splices them together very effectively."--Spider Robinson, Hugo, Nebula and Campbell Award winner "If you'e sensing a whiff of Andre Norton or Robert A. Heinlein, you're not mistaken . . . The influence is certainly there, but Little Brother's World is no mere imitation of Star Man's Son or Citizen of the Galaxy. Rather, it takes the sensibility of those sorts of books and makes of it something fresh and new."--Don Sakers, Analog
"Little Brother's World
is a sci-fi novel where Genetic Engineering exists. It contains enough details and enough thrills to make the book buyers/readers grab it and settle in for an afternoon read. The book is well-written and had a well-defined plot. I never found a boring part in the story. It was fast-paced and kept me entertained all throughout. The characters are fascinating and likeable too. All in all, Little Brother's World
is another sci-fi novel from T. Jackson King that is both exciting, thrilling and fun."--Abby Flores, Bookshelf Confessions blog
About the Author
T. Jackson King (Tom) is a professional archeologist and journalist. Besides the recently released combat sci-fi novel ANARCHATE VIGILANTE, Tom's other hard science fiction/space combat novels are GALACTIC VIGILANTE, NEBULA VIGILANTE, GALACTIC AVATAR, STELLAR ASSASSIN, NEBULA VIGILANTE and RETREAD SHOP. His other sci-fi and fantasy novels include THE MEMORY SINGER, SPEAKER TO ALIENS, THE GAEAN ENCHANTMENT, LITTLE BROTHER'S WORLD, and ANCESTOR'S WORLD. His short stories have appeared in JUDGMENT DAY AND OTHER DREAMS, while his poetry was collected in MOTHER EARTH'S STRETCH MARKS. Tom has worked as an archaeologist in the American Southwest, and has traveled widely in Europe, Russia, Japan, Canada, Mexico and the United States. He now lives in Los Alamos, New Mexico. Tom can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and his other writings can be viewed at tjacksonking.weebly.com.