So, my novel launches today, and I have to say I’m thrilled to have this officially “out there,” even if “out there” looks kinda scary right now. Indeed, I’m happy to be able to provide a distraction in these strange times.
The preorders exceeded my expectations and the early reviews are gratifying:
“A highly immersive and imaginative cyberpunk tale.” — Kirkus Reviews
“…an engrossing blend of thriller and hard sci-fi that will delight readers looking for crossovers that pepper social issues and developments into the story line.” — D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
“I found the author’s vision for the world of tomorrow to be one of my favorite things about Echoes of Another. My other favorite thing about this book is that it’s just a really good story told in a way that felt fresh and even cutting edge. ”
– Scott Cahan, Readers’ Favorite, 5/5 Stars
“I would highly recommend this book for someone who likes science fiction settings without the heaviness of hard core science fiction. This is a character driven vehicle in a science fiction setting. It doesn’t get bogged down in the science. It tells the story of people.”
– Mimi L., NetGalley Reviewer 5/5 Stars
“Very enjoyable science fiction. I appreciated the author’s use of description and suspense. A recommended title!”
– Dr J R, NetGalley Reviewer, 5/5 Stars
I’ve also had early readers tell me that even though they didn’t think they were into science fiction that much, they enjoyed this one anyway. Kirkus calling it ‘cyberpunk’ aside, it’s a near future tale, so not that far removed from what you see around you today. And, for those of you looking for an uplifting distraction right now (and who isn’t?!) as we either isolate or provide essential services, it depicts a hopeful, positive future.
It’s available as an ebook and a paperback, and the Audible/Amazon audiobook will be out soon. Some links:
I look forward to hearing what you think!