Review - Technology Can Kill You by James William Peercy

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Year Published: 2017
Genre: Sci-Fi, tiny drop of Dystopian.

When an ordinary Universal Space Tech, Galaxy Class, finishes a job for the Farinians in a war-torn sector of space, little does he know he’s a pawn in a much bigger arena. Armed with only his intelligence and his ship’s AI, he must battle the agenda of a foe thought dead, defeat an enemy that does not exist, and save a group of colonists from extinction. But for Ivan, it’s just another tech job in a mad, mad universe. Written in the light of the great space operas, Ivan was inspired by Edmond Hamilton’s Starwolf trilogy. With hyperspace, energy guns, and AI’s, its technology spans the gambit. But don’t take our word for it, find out for yourself!

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The desire to write first over took me in middle school after reading 'The Red Planet' by Robert A. Heinlein. From that point on, I could not get enough. As the ideas filled my head, I had to find a way to let them out.
Whether it is scifi, fantasy, mystery, or poetry, you'll see all kinds from me. Relationships are the keys to all stories. As any good writer will tell you, "There are no new stories, only different details in the telling."

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My Take on the Book:
You know, I haven't ever been one to read Sci-Fi; but this book really hooked me! It had a very solid start to it and I enjoyed it all the way through.One character that I really ended up liking was Ivan's co-pilot; Suzie. Her human qualities were really endearing, and it was a pity that she wasn't human. I really liked how she was explored at times as a character. There were some other characters that I would have liked if there had been a little bit more about them as a person. I also liked the writing style as well as the flow of the story. I gave this book a five star rating and got a copy in exchange for an honest review.

Last Word:
I'm for sure intrigued to read the next book in the series.