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NANOVISION: What Would You Do With X-ray Vision? by [Harry, Paul]
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★★★★ Nanovision is a technological thriller that is quite compelling from start to finish.  Lit Amri for "Readers' Favorite"
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Left for dead after a mob hit, a blind sixteen-year-old becomes super-sighted with x-ray vision enabling him to take revenge on the Las Vegas mobster who ordered the hit on his father. 

Product Details

  • File Size: 1439 KB
  • Print Length: 189 pages
  • Publisher: Sphere Publishing, LLC (November 24, 2014)
  • Publication Date: November 24, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00Q2O1M5K
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,439,696 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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**Since writing my review, the synopsis has been shortened. I think this new synopsis would definitely have made me enjoy this book even more!**

It's been a while since I've read a straight sci-fi novel. Lately, it's been sci-fi mixed with fantasy, or more of a space opera. So I was pretty excited to be able to read Nanovision - how cool does x-ray vision sound?! What I got though, was so much more.

Most of this book doesn't really focus on the extraordinary vision that Daniel ends up with. Which, to me, was a little bit of a disappointment, but at least it kept things moving along and exciting. Well, mostly. Especially if you don't read the synopsis very closely. Because the synopsis gives away at least 60% of the plot and I really hate when that happens. Like I wish it had stopped with the x-ray vision and just mentioned a little bit of the mob stuff, or maybe mentioned the mob stuff and just briefly touched on nanovision. I don't know, I just think I would have enjoyed it more if I hadn't known EXACTLY what was going to happen.

But, aside from that, it was still one heck of a ride. I don't read many mob books, but Mickey was absolutely terrifying. I would NOT want to be the one on the run from him, and I'd be so scared if I realized he was coming after me again. That being said, I did think it was way too easy for Mickey to find Daniel after the fact. I'm pretty sure the Witness Protection Program works better than that, but who knows what can happen when the mob gets involved. Everything just seemed too... convenient? I think that's a good word for it.

The science was really interesting, and I loved that Nano-Bytes is such an animal-friendly place.
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As an avid reader of science fiction, I was relieved to come across a novel that differed from the typical dystopian, overly-indulgent fantasies that flood this genre. Paul Harry takes the intriguing topic of X-ray vision and places it within a realistic setting and I was engaged at every step of Daniel Raye's journey.

Nanovision is action packed. It blends the underground world of Las Vegas with the mystery of untested bio-technology. This composition creates a tale of murderous suspense as Daniel Raye finds a way to avenge his father by seeing to the destruction of mobster Mickey the Spoon. How refreshing it was to read a science fiction novel whose characters had human frailties and yet whose topic of scientific development provided the necessary means for dramatic conflict. In Nanovision, science is not the enemy but rather the enforcer of justice. In a way, Daniel Raye becomes a modern super hero and it made me wish I had x-ray vision.
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Mixing super-hero concept with the young adults and science fiction details, this book turned out to be quite engaging beginning to end. Starting with a s***ty day after school, right before summer vacation, Daniel's adventure starts, and what comes next is totally unexpected and engaging. Getting into witness protection program, getting X ray vision, avenging his father's death, all of that can't be anything else than a fast paced sequence of adventures that make out a great read. From storyline to character development I have enjoyed the book, the 4 star rating counting against the sometimes abrupt jumps from one scene to the other, making it occasionally hard to keep focus, but other than that this book stands out as good read.
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Nanovision is an outstanding science fiction blended with fantasy, I loved the twists and turns most. The thrills, suspense and the exceptional presentation were amazing to read. I could not put the book down until the end.

The character development was fabulous and Paul T Harry wrote this book so well. The story line is very engaging and exciting. The invention, Daniel's aunt tried to conduct was shocking; but I liked the X-ray vision developed by Daniel. His purpose to develop it was really impressive.

It was a great Sci-Fi which I enjoyed a lot and completed reading so fast. I can't recommend enough!
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This is a fun read with a few good twists to keep you guessing. Although it is promoted as a young-adult novel, so was the "Hunger Games", and we know how popular with adults that book-trilogy was. The author presents what starts out as a Las Vegas mob story, leaves you hanging as the protagonist is whisked away to a new location, and then takes it full-circle with a medical-miracle and a return to the casinos and of course the bad guys.
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This story was a great sci-fi treat. Paul Harry has written a gripping revenge story with a protagonist, Daniel, who acquires x-ray vision after his aunt does experiments on him with nanotech to give him his sight back. Daniel is a teenager who's at first lost after the murder of his father, which is understandable and made me feel for him. Then after the procedure and getting his super vision, he kicks way more butt and goes after the mob men. I loved the way he used his sight and how it got him out of sticky situations, some were ingenious. The great relationship between him and his aunt and cousin added that layer of familial warmth. The detective was also a great character. I liked reading about her trying to get to Daniel before he exacted his revenge. Great book that I highly recommend for any sci-fi thriller lover.
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