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Danger Money

3.96  ·  Rating Details ·  23 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Jotun was born and bred to be a corporate assassin, back in the days of the Corporate Wars. Confined these days to life in a gilded cage, Jotun welcomes any opportunity to get out and lately he's been getting out a lot. But as a genetically designed and Laboratory bred animorph by a company that isn't quite sure if it trusts him anymore his choices are few: do the jobs tha ...more
Paperback, 206 pages
Published March 1st 2012 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (first published March 26th 2011)
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Sean Keegan
Sep 30, 2012 Sean Keegan rated it did not like it
Recommends it for: furries/no one
What I expected when I signed up for the Goodreads giveaway: A sci-fi-y espionage thriller.
What I got instead: 50 Shades of Grey… for furries.
I literally felt the need to take a shower after I read this book. I understand the need to have some attractive female protagonist in these kinds of books; I mean I cannot think of a single James Bond that didn’t have an attractive female protagonist. But when the male protagonist is naked/getting it on for more than a third of the book, you’re obviou
Jan 17, 2012 Scott rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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In Danger Money by John Van Stry there is a whole new world to get familiar with. It is the future and mega corporations pretty much run everything. Genetic engineering has advanced to the point where anthropomorphic creatures are bred specifically to do the work for these giant corporations, earning a huge debt in being raised and trained and working to pay it off to become free. It is a major form of indentured servitude, but since most humans don't think of the animal creatures as people no o ...more
Apr 18, 2012 Melissa rated it liked it
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I won this from GR First Reads. It was not my kind of book.....though it was written very well.
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I've had a very varied life. I grew up in New York, on Long Island.
I went to school to become an Engineer, then joined the Air Force.
After that I worked first in Robotics, then in Aerospace as a Flight Test Engineer. I moved into the medical fields, then into more Technical markets working for a number of high tech companies where I became a Contractor.
I used to own and raise big cats. I love mot
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