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Cezar didn't come to the prison colony known as the Pike for rehabilitation. He came for revenge.

Ten years ago, Cezar witnessed mutiny and murder aboard a colony starship. He survived, and with the aid of the enigmatic Doctor Milan he's worked his way into the Pike to kill the man who led the rebellion: the warden himself. But before he can get his hands around the warden'
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Published December 23rd 2012
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Carmen
Jan 23, 2013 Carmen rated it it was amazing
After reading Chris Ruz's The Eighteen Revenges of Dr. Milan, I have to compose myself before I can write a proper review of it. As an aspiring novelist, Ruz's facility with words makes me so envious, I can barely stand to keep reading his writing. As a reader, I can't get enough of Ruz's creative turns of phrase, his rich settings dripping with imagery. Eighteen Revenges delivers these things more than any of his other works, and (in my opinion) is his finest writing yet.

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Meryl
Dec 27, 2012 Meryl rated it really liked it
I'm used to Mr Ruz's rather dark and visceral writing, and this story was no exception. The 'hero' Cezar gets himself sent to The Pike, a dreadful prison carved into the body of a massive and long-dead alien being. Cezar's goal is to kill the Warden, a near impossible task.

The 18 Revenges of Doctor Milan is gripping from the word go, very dark, very gritty and not for the faint of heart. Don't expect unicorns and rainbows. While I didn't enjoy it (I don't like violence) I still flew through it a
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Dec 25, 2012 A.M. rated it really liked it
Despite it’s awkwardly long name, this is an awesome psychedelic scifi novella infused with philosophy. I proofed the ebook for Ruz several days ago and read through it in mere hours; the setting is reminiscent of Chronicles of Riddick but it’s so much more than that.

If you’re looking for some well-written, contemporary scifi that will have you hooked, this is it.
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Brilliant sci fi novella. Ending didn't quite work for me, but the rest made it worth reading.
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Christopher "Ruz" Hayes-Kossmann was born in Hong Kong, raised in Vienna, and is now settled in Melbourne, Australia. Although he graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Industrial Design, his first love has always been writing.

He's been published by Weaponizer, Labyrinth Inhabitant's Magazine and Birdville Magazine, and has won both the first Ergofiction Search Term Challenge and the first Birdville
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