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The setting is the near future. People across the city are dying. An unidentified virus, a political assassin, a serial killer—or something far worse.A novel written on the edge. Not exactly science fiction, Dark Angels occupies a place between past and future—which isn’t exactly the present. Metaphysical and political by implication, the novel depicts a world that isn’t sThe setting is the near future. People across the city are dying. An unidentified virus, a political assassin, a serial killer—or something far worse.A novel written on the edge. Not exactly science fiction, Dark Angels occupies a place between past and future—which isn’t exactly the present. Metaphysical and political by implication, the novel depicts a world that isn’t so much a dystopia as simply a slight variation on the world we live in.What if the system that rules the world could read your mind, anticipate your every desire, your every thought? What if crime were allowed, as long as it was predictable? What if all this happened twenty years ago and you didn’t know it? And what if the system inexplicably started to lose control? Welcome to the world of Dark Angels....

Title : Dark Angels: A Novel of the Future Past
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ISBN : 20549304
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 155 Pages
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Dark Angels: A Novel of the Future Past Reviews

  • Recalcitrant Press
    2019-05-19 22:15

    Dark Angels is indeed dark, also sexy, intriguing, even disturbing. This novel is almost impossible to put down – it draws you in from the moment you begin reading and unfolds with a deftly told story that takes place in an unnamed city that is somehow familiar but also one you hope doesn’t really exist or ever will. The main character, Robert Strange, is assigned the task of monitoring people’s thoughts, which he performs with a considerable amount of resentment towards his employer, a corporation that appears to have society under control – until people start dying in unexplained ways. A mysterious woman with red hair seems to hold the key to the series of deaths. Difficult to categorize – not a thriller, not science fiction – the writing style is internal, even visionary. If you want something different, this is definitely worth reading.Amazon review by spetstellab, December 3, 2013http://www.amazon.com/Dark-Angels-Ste...