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Theme Planet (Books of the Anarchy #1)

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Welcome to Theme Planet, an entire alien world dedicated to insane rides, excessive hedonism and dangerous adventure. Operated by the Monolith Corporation, Theme Planet is the No. 1 destination for fun-seeking human holidaymakers Galaxy-Wide! Amba Miskalov is an Anarchy Android, an assassin/torture model fitted with a Quantell Systems v4.7 KillChip. She is beautiful, merci ...more
Paperback, 608 pages
Published December 8th 2011 by Solaris (first published November 27th 2011)
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Brett
Jun 02, 2012 Brett rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Brett by: me, myself & I
Great book. An action packed science fiction mystery thriller with many twists. Whew. Need to take a breath after that.

'Theme Planet' is the first of a new series titled 'Books of the Anarchy' which seems to deal less with an individual than an entire inter-galactic company, system, killer androids, massive amounts of mayhem and so much more.

The premise of an entire world as a theme park is cool, but what causes the mystery and ensuing thrills is quite exciting.

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Gavin Gates
Nov 06, 2011 Gavin Gates rated it really liked it
Great in a bad taste 80’s Arnie style film sort of way, very intelligent approach in the plot, remic has done an excellent job of characterising and delivering what should have been a very straight forward style idea with a ton of twists, Remic has been around for a long time and I have always been impressed with his writing before but this does seem to stand out as his best to date, dark, anarchic, almost Spartan sci fi with a very fast pace and superb dialogue not normally connected in anywher ...more
Patrick
Feb 03, 2013 Patrick rated it did not like it
Once you read the dedication (to Phillip K. Dick) you'll likely figure out all the plot "twists" and everything else that's wrong with this annoying disjointed mess. The author thinks he's an edgy new wave version of Dick and Vonnegut; he's wrong. The characters are ludicrous, the dialogue is cringeworthy, made worse by the painfully obvious fact that Remic thinks he's clever,and the whole thing reads like a crappy movie you'd be annoyed watching at home while you were sick and there was nothing ...more
Cass Morrison
totally unexpected. I thought this would be a sci-fi detective story. it turned into an android and invasion story. great fun and quick read.
Keith
Feb 07, 2012 Keith rated it liked it
good action scifi but not as good as his combat k books
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Great read, had a lot of fun reading this one. Action was quick, very fast build up. Not sure if I enjoyed it enough to read more of the series.
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Andy Remic lives in Lincoln, UK, although his heart and viking soul belong to the Scottish mountains. Married with two children, Andy has a variety of esoteric and sometimes contrasting loves, including sword fighting, climbing, mountain biking, kick-boxing, Ducati motorcycles and retro-gaming. He recently wrote the computer version of his novel Biohell for the 48K Spectrum, in which many people a ...more
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