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Frontiers (Cybersp@ce Series) (Volume 2) Paperback – April 27, 2014
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About the Author
Jeff Horton was born in North Dakota, the youngest son of a career Air Force Master sergeant, where he spent the first four years of his life before moving to North Carolina. A somewhat voracious reader growing up, he read everything from comic books to The Bible, including stories by many popular authors such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, H. G. Wells, Jules Verne, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Michael Crichton, Tom Clancy, C. S. Lewis, and J. R. R. Tolkien. Jeff Horton's novel, The Great Collapse, a story about the coming of the pulse and the end of civilization, was published in 2010. He is a member of the North Carolina Writers Network. When he's not penning his next novel, he enjoys reading, going to church, and spending time with his family. http://www.hortonlibrary.com/
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Top Customer Reviews
I kept turning the pages waiting for the adventure to start off into space on this great ship on the cover. Sadly, you are only in the magnificent beast a few chapters near the end of the book. I did care about the characters, but it reads more like a political spy thriller novel. There are politicians, military and scientists all debating what to do with technology that can be used for good or for destroying mankind. Should it be shared, how should it be disclosed, should they be reimbursed for their investments?
You follow the life of an intelligently gifted young man who becomes a test pilot. His mother and father are both scientists and contribute greatly to understanding technology shared by a superior race. So maybe the title Frontiers is more metaphorical about the edge of our humanity and what that means.
It is book two in a series, but you don’t have to have read Cybersp@ce to enjoy this one. I think this author shows great promise.
I was provided a free copy of the book to read and write an honest review.
FRONTIERS is an exciting science fiction adventure about man's quest to reach the stars, and the reasons behind it: greed for new weapons technology vs. the impetus to acquire advanced knowledge. Henry is literally a "boy genius," seeded with intellectual and intuitive capacity by one who.intervenes "from elsewhere." Once into adulthood, he will be the chosen pilot of "Frontier," the space ship whose design had been gleaned from reverse-engineered alien technology. Hank' s flight will catalyze a literal new era for humanity.
The author provided a copy for the sole purpose of my fair and honest review, as a participant in the Making Connections blog tour of this book. No fees were exchanged.