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7G Paperback – June 30, 2011
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"Science fiction story is different. An interesting idea." - Lee and J.J. MacFadden, Double Take, Bristol Herald Courier
"It's an exciting and gripping story. The novel screams for a sequel, and I hope one is forthcoming." -Tightbeam, November 2013
About the Author
After graduating from Cornell University with degrees in Biology and Education, I taught middle and high school science in Maui, Seattle, and the Twin Cities and worked as a marine naturalist aboard a whale watch and snorkel cruise. I now live in Minnesota with my husband, two sons, and three Siberian huskies. When I’m not writing my next novel, I enjoy coaching my sons’ soccer, hockey, lacrosse, and baseball teams and dog sledding my boys to school. Visit her website: https://sites.google.com/site/debbiekumpbooks/
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I just hope the writer rewrites this story as it does have potential and perhaps if it was redone, it could be great!
We follow Alyssa, a young woman who is stationed on a navy submarine testing out sonic technology. With a twist of fate she is ill and does not have her DOTS in when the upgrade is made. The other character we meet is Erik, who again does not have his DOTS at the time of the upgrade. Aylssa is stuck on a sub sinking to the bottom of the ocean with everyone else aboard is dead. Erik finds his girlfriend and little sister dead and tries to escape the carnage around him.
I've read about how technology can destroy the world before and Debbie has written it well. The characters are well defined and we see them face one trail after another. What stopped me enjoying it more was she went from Aylssa's predicament and then the next chapter we are back on Erik and then Aylssa until they join up. It felt a little choppy but it was a good read.
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