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About the Author

A little background information on the author of The Promethead, A.A. (Double A) Roi Born in the United States to Canadian parents, he has developed a somewhat sardonic view of both nations, their relationship with each other, as well as the rest of the world. He developed in interest in sci-f media and literature, writing and art, from an early age as well as an keen interest in the future (where we all are, after all, going to spend the rest of our lives). With a desire to learn, but little interest in being taught, he has started and been involved in numerous businesses involving cosmetics, IT, the internet industry, as well as audio-visual tech. He currently lives in the far south, is engaged in several writing projects in the genres of science fiction, fantasy and horror, and shares his home with a handful of cats. His current other works include The science fiction satire series Dispatches From The Intergalactic and the fantasy series Black Cloak White Art
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 108 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 26, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1475238916
  • ISBN-13: 978-1475238914
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 0.2 x 9.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,483,394 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A little background information on the author of Up in Space, A. A. (Double A) Roi

Born in the United States to Canadian parents, he has developed a somewhat sardonic view of both nations, their relationship with each other, as well as the rest of the world. He has spent much of the past decade ghostwriting genre fiction including SF, Fantasy, Paranormal Mystery & Romance, Thrillers, YA fantasy and science fiction and more. You may have even read one or more of the dozens the novels, novellas and short stories he has written under as many different names.

He has more than 330 chapters of freely readable online science fiction and fantasy webfiction across seven storylines on his website, thenewscifi.com

Double A lives in the far, far south, and shares his home with a handful of rescued cats. He is currently engaged in several writing.ghostwriting projects in the genres of science fiction, fantasy and horror. This includes the Post Apocalyptic Space Opera Series, The Promethead, the SF Satire Anthology Series, Dispatches From The Inter-Galactic, the Fantasy Series, Black Cloak White Art, the Paranormal Mystery Series, Call it a Mission, Up in Space, the satirical space adventure series, the upcoming fantasy time-travel series, Stepping Through, the near-future dystopian series, Citizenship Revoker Enburi, the young adult fantasy series, Heirs of the Dragon and the dark anthology series, Dark States. He as also collaborated on three paranormal mystery novellas with Alyth Burnett, Territories, Unpredictable and Consequences

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Ordinarily I am not at all a lazy review writer; concise, yes, but I relished the chance to put my two cents in regarding a book that only has two other reviews so far... most of the time, my words of erudition reviewing books are lost in a swamp of adoring fans.

However, in reading the other two reviews, I was a bit surprised to find my own surmisal stated almost exactly by sixirons's review.

The book seemed to start a bit coolly for me; it took a short time to become really involved with the plot. However before long I was clicking to turn pages in that cramped-in-my-chair-late-into-the-night, one-more-page-before-I-go-get-a-snack kind of obsessive way that I do when a book has me in its grip.

I too thought the stream of consciousness parts were somewhat too long. Mind you, I have used that device myself in an SF short story I wrote, and it's a good expressionist kind of tool, but long streams of consciousness are probably only really effective when they're your own. Wouldn't it be cool if somehow an interactive book form could personalize them for the reader?

But anyway, I can really relate to the description of the beauty of the code, and I love the ending, and I feel certain that I will buy the next book in this series. The ending of this book shimmers with potential.

(Also, I like the cover, good art.)
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Enjoyable read. A fresh story line that gave nothing away, and didn't paint itself into a corner. I liked this universe and look forward to finding out more about how it tics. All in all I enjoyed it a lot. I probably rated it one star better because it sucked me in and left me wanting more. Characters stayed in character, although characters don't seem to have much background in this first book.

As far as negatives, I'm not one to get bent out of shape over editing or lack of it, but it was noticeable. Not for improper word usage, but missing words and switched words. The brain fills in missing words quite well, but when 2 words arrive out of order, everything grinds to a halt to rectify the nonsense. The pages and pages of stream of consciousness with Macros was over done, shorten it up, I just skipped over it as it added little, I get it... Conflicted characters are tricky, over do the angst and self pity too much, and you wont like them and don't care about them or what happens to them.

Im not sure where this is going, and Im not sure whats motivating our heroes, but I'll buy the next one to find out.

For a 1st book, this is a fine effort. Good luck..
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There was a lot I liked about this story. It could have used a great deal more proofing, but the story was engaging, and that's what counts. The passage of connecting with the Macro could have been, should have been, edited to a third to a half of the length published.

I thought that the twists on measurements of time and distance were clever, and a good way to suggest "otherness" to the jaded sci-fi reader. I think the story would have drawn me along better with some deeper glimpses of Althea's endgame. As it stood, we know she wanted to get to some particular place, but we have no idea where or why. Being a little cryptic leaves readers wanting more. Being too cryptic leaves readers wondering why they should bother.
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A very interesting read, the characters are well written, looking forward to the next book
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Found it to be quite an interesting read, should be interesting to see what you come up with in volume 2.
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