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Legacy of a Mad Scientist

4.37 of 5 stars 4.37  ·  rating details  ·  19 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Dr. Fox may be the smartest man in the world, but he is also his own worst enemy. His daughter, Ashley, is a cybernetic killing-machine, programmed to protect her younger brother. When Dr. Fox becomes a threat to national security, Ashley and Geoff are on the run, and not from the enemy but towards them.

Three hundred years into the future, man has mastered gravity and citi
Kindle Edition, 373 pages
Published (first published June 29th 2011)
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David Fournier
A high tech, action packed, sci-fi, thriller for teens and up.

Thirteen year old Ashley Fox is thrust into a battle (thanks to her father)with a repressive government that at any time it chooses. Following the apparent death of both her parents Ashley and her brother Geoffery are running for their lives, with no one they can truly trust except each other.
If you enjoyed the classic Frankenstein, this is a good read. A futuristic dystopia that a creation of man exists in. A great read and great concept.

Rob Newman

I read Legacy before it was published. I had seen some of the reviews it was getting on various critique sites and I was curious, but completely unprepared for what I would find. Back then I was looking for new fiction to start my Publishing House, Alpha Channel Books.

This is the most surprising, understated and captivating tale I have ever read. The writing style pulls no punches and is almost completely devoid of the little literature flourishes you might be used to.
Erik Olafson
Thank God somebody finally wrote this book!! Doctor Fox might be a bit of a dick, but what do you expect? He's struggling with something most of us can't possibly relate to.

Ashley tho... Wow. It's hard to put her into words. You just have to read the book. I'm halfway through the second one, (aptly named The Legend of Ashley Fox), and it's even better than the first!
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