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Perfect World by A.J. Kirby
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Perfect World is as good a book as any Stephen King or Steven Koontz I have ever read. It's gritty and terrifying, an on-the-edge-of-your-seat page turner. And why wouldn't it be? Here's a tabloid journelist out to interview God. Whoa! Is this guy nuts or what? He's on a bullet train to Elegant. Bored with the real world, he drops on his Perfect World visor, and he's instantly whisked away to his "other" life, which AJ brings to life in my mind as well as any cinamatic adventure. Spam? In Perfect World? How perfect is that? When he gets back to reality, back on the train, he's thrust into conflict with the passengers in his pod, whom at first seem to be random travelers, but wait...AJ doesn't waste your time on characters who don't matter...and our hero is off on a journey that will change his life and turn the world upside down...ah, but which world?...hmmm. What more could anyone want?
Here's to you, AJ... thanks for making my world a lot more exciting.
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