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The Diamond Rush

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Simon Remnant’s not your average hero. Oh no. As far as heroes go, he’s way below average. Absent father, absent-minded lover, unskilled and untrustworthy. None of them do his uselessness justice.

So there are no expectations other than failure when he joins the mid- 21st Century’s equivalent of The Gold Rush – a race to get-rich-quick through plundering the dazzling fortun
Published June 6th 2013 by Smashwords Edition
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I didn't finish this book.....the lead character was too much like my Dad, and having lived through the experience once, I don't really care to revisit it.

So if Remnant changes his ways for good, or finds redemption I couldn't tell you.

I also wondered about the plot, if there is a giant planet made of diamonds, and people mine and bring back those diamonds, doesn't it automatically over-saturate the market for diamonds, and lower the cost to the point that there no longer a sustainable profit t
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Jon Lymon is an author of speculative fiction. He reserves the right to be moderately amusing and occasionally satirical.

A work of fiction that charts events that could conceivably happen for real in the real world is, for me, pointless. I’d rather read about these events happening to real people in biographies, than follow the misfortunes of fake characters in tepid romances or colour-by-number c
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