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Rules of Force Paperback – November 30, 2011
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About the Author
Steve Statham began his writing career in the automotive journalism field, pounding out articles about cars with too much horsepower. He was on the staff of Super Ford magazine, and later served as the editor of Musclecar Enthusiast magazine. He has had 12 non-fiction books on automotive subjects published, as well as several automotive-themed calendars. In more recent times he has veered into fiction writing in the sci-fi genre. Rules of Force is his new novel. Find out more about Steve at his website, http://www.stevestatham.com
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I was really impressed with the way the author created a very believable not to distant future. The advancment in technology (hardware, software and biological) is something that is very likely to happen. I look forward to the next novel of the adventures of Connor Rix and his elite team.
Note to Hollywood. You would be crazy not to snap up this property while it's still available. It would make a great movie that I would be happy to pay to see.
This is a very entertaining book - it took 3 or 4 chapters, and then I was completely hooked (taking a morning off of work to finish it). The story and characters are very vivid - it's almost graphic novel-like in how it reads. Good well paced action, and a great climax.
So, spend the $3, download, and then start waiting for the next Connor Rix book. I've read lots of series like this one, and not many have started as well as Rules of Force does.
What I liked most about it is that it portrays a future world that is multifaceted. This view shows a future that has some aspects of society and technology better than today, and others creating new problems, and attracting sociopathic criminals. This is a refreshing improvement over many cyberpunk stories that give a one dimensional vision of the future. I also liked the author's narrative writing style.
Rules of Force centers around the chemical, biological, and mechanical enhancement of human beings and considers the ramifications to mankind. If you like action, this is an enjoyable read that delivers. I'd read book 2.