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alt.human (aka Harmony)
     

alt.human (aka Harmony)

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by Keith Brooke
 

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The aliens are here, all around us. They always have been. And now, one by one, they’re destroying our cities.

Dodge Mercer deals in identities, which is fine until the day he deals the wrong identity and clan war breaks out. Hope Burren has no identity, and no past, struggling with a relentless choir of voices filling her head.

In a world where

Overview

The aliens are here, all around us. They always have been. And now, one by one, they’re destroying our cities.

Dodge Mercer deals in identities, which is fine until the day he deals the wrong identity and clan war breaks out. Hope Burren has no identity, and no past, struggling with a relentless choir of voices filling her head.

In a world where nothing is as it seems, where humans are segregated and aliens can sing realities and tear worlds apart, Dodge and Hope lead a ragged band of survivors in a search for the rumoured sanctuary of Harmony, and what may be the only hope for humankind.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781849973786
Publisher:
Rebellion Publishing Ltd
Publication date:
05/29/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
493 KB

Meet the Author

Keith Brooke is a British novelist with a string of highly acclaimed short fictions and one previous novel from Solaris, a hit with critics, The Accord. He lives in the English county of Essex near to the sea. The biggest writers in SF regularly laud his output, and with the release of alt.human, the public are set to welcome a major talent.

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Harmony 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Shortlisted for the 2012 Philip K Dick Award.
dnabgeek More than 1 year ago
Really poor world construction. Will only lead to reader frustration
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The author introduced a new an interesting world. The storyline was good; sometimes it was a little slow. The concepts and new ideas were great! (+5 stars) The new vocabulary was introduced quickly, and I feel it was poorly explained. It distracted from the story more than it added. (-1 star) The story was slow and boring at points (-1 star)