I started my indie book reviewing career recently and here we are at book two already. This time we move from memoire to futurism and sci-fi – at least that is how I would categorise this excellent debut.
Second Chance by Dylan Hearn
This novel is set in the not so distant future after a major catastrophe has changed the world’s governance and the balances of power.
This is what the blurb tells us:
Four lives become linked by a student’s disappearance: a politician looking to put integrity back into politics, an investigator hoping to atone for past mistakes, a data cleanser searching for a better life while haunted by his past and a re-life technician creating new lives for old souls.
But it soon becomes clear this is no ordinary case, and in the pursuit of the truth, long-held secrets risk being revealed.
Set in the near future…
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