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Dome Six: A Dystopian Adventure (The Cytocorp Saga Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B083JJ2P15
- Publication date : January 24, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 1855 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 342 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #268,223 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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The characters are fully-formed, even to the point of acting against the flow of James' storyline, yet he doesn't hesitate to allow them their idiosyncrasies. He even allows them to interfere with the objectives of friend and foe–to say nothing of thwarting the interest and yes, hopes, of an engaged reader–and increase the challenges of life of "residents" of Dome Six.
This isn't a typical "Preppers vs Zombies" (they get nasty-mouthed if I call them "Preppies"!); nobody in Dome Six is invulnerable, not even the elite who have ultimate authority over the people. Be careful who you get attached to: circumstances are getting grim, and some of the nicest folks–some real heros–are getting chewed up and turned under. But that isn't the worst of it!
Worst of all, I don't have the sequel, and it hasn't been finalized … and the airlines are starting to ban emotional support pets … what's a fellow to do?
DOME SIX brought back many memories and comparisons, similarities to WICK, by Michael Bunker. Both are excellent epic Dystopian novels.
The story is one which quickly pulled me in, of keeping my interest and piquing my curiosity - it is very easy to follow. As the reader delves further into the novel, the character development broadens, and slowly more characters are introduced and more history of Dome Six is brought into the intrigue.
I was so into the story, I found it all quite believable, and was right there with the key players.
I highly recommend Dome Six for those avid readers who are ready to push aside other tasks and obligations, in order to dive into the mysteries and complexities of Dome life !
Any survivors live in a Domed environment created by Cytocorp for nefarious reasons we soon
find out. Something is amiss with the life these people lead. They produce far more food than
they receive, water is rationed unfairly and the Dome is falling in disrepair after 100 years. There is a small group of people who are trying to figure out exactly what is going on. People have disappeared, but they
are being told they just vanished. In the end they find out the truth. It is a horrific truth. I am on to the
second book in this awesome series The Cytocorp Saga Book 2.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Top reviews from other countries
Only Hideki can’t move on from the unexplained disappearance of his and his twin sister, Toshiko’s parents twenty years ago. Unexplained to Dek’s satisfaction that is.
They were told by the administration that they had succumbed to dome fever and died while trying to find a way out through a processor. Both Dek and Tosh know that this is likely untrue.
After his father mysteriously died, Owen was assigned Tosh to be raised by her. This has helped Tosh push the questions about her parent’s demise to the back of her mind.
This need for answers that the administration won’t give him lands Dek in trouble.
This is a fast paced, exciting novel full of twists and turns that follow Dek and Tosh and their friends through various discoveries.
This is a book that I would heartily recommend to anyone who likes this genre. Bring on Book 2 “Into the Burn”.
I also enjoyed the short chapter lengths and how James keeps the plot moving with very little downtime while still managing to flesh out the characters and give them each unique personalities.
5 stars, recommended to anyone who likes gritty sci-fi taking place in an urban environment with a sinister vibe.