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Luke E.T. Hindmarsh Writing is an addiction for me so I rarely need any additional inspiration. Coffee in extreme quantities does sometimes provide added impetus though. …moreWriting is an addiction for me so I rarely need any additional inspiration. Coffee in extreme quantities does sometimes provide added impetus though. When it comes to ideas, I have lots every day, but it's the ones that recur that I use. (less)
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How to avoid the biggest spoiler in the book and write a review that does it justice? I’ll give it a crack.
The core concept is original, I’ve not seen the idea presented for the historical figure in question, which given the other conspiracy theories
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3:33 is a book by Luke Hindmarsh, an author that I was greatly impressed by when he made his debut with MERCURY'S SON. That was a cyberpunk dystopian science fiction novel so I was curious what he would end up doing with a more straight Stephen " Read more of this review »
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"Wow. I loved this book. The characters are clearly drawn, their personalities are distinct, and their predicament is fascinating. I really felt like I was right there with them. And although (I hear) this is Hindmarsh's first foray into horror, he ab" Read more of this review »
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Saffron is a young nurse headed home after a long shift. Jack and his twin Eddie are members of a band. Jack goes off after a show. Eddie and the others are in a fatal car crash. Saffron's car is the first in the wreck. She is riddled " Read more of this review »
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“Compassion bled away, as did his insight.”
Luke E.T. Hindmarsh, Mercury's Son

“Sometimes it'd happened on its own. An instant overload of flashbacks. They talked of PTSD, psychosis, Amok Disorder. Veterans called it going killcrazy. Fisher had called it berserkrgang. That was Lunar War Syndrome.”
Luke E.T. Hindmarsh, Mercury's Son

“Cresting the peaks, the transpod descended on the other side — down, down until they ghosted over the corpse of the heartlands, which lacked even the fetid microbial life to animate the cadaver. Absent rot, the land lay lifeless, like some mummified king fallen from grace, hollowed and shrouded in a mantle of radioactive dust.”
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“Compassion bled away, as did his insight.”
Luke E.T. Hindmarsh, Mercury's Son

“Sometimes it'd happened on its own. An instant overload of flashbacks. They talked of PTSD, psychosis, Amok Disorder. Veterans called it going killcrazy. Fisher had called it berserkrgang. That was Lunar War Syndrome.”
Luke E.T. Hindmarsh, Mercury's Son

“Cresting the peaks, the transpod descended on the other side — down, down until they ghosted over the corpse of the heartlands, which lacked even the fetid microbial life to animate the cadaver. Absent rot, the land lay lifeless, like some mummified king fallen from grace, hollowed and shrouded in a mantle of radioactive dust.”
Luke E.T. Hindmarsh, Mercury's Son

“It was a problem to be solved nothing more. If his psych profiles all showed a lack of compassion and empathy… well, neither was much regarded as an advantage in the pursuit of justice. Whatever that was.”
Luke E.T. Hindmarsh, Mercury's Son

“All sanity — all trace of man — had vanished from the loose face. Drool poured from the corners of his mouth as he advanced on Valko — hands held wide in the aspect of beast.”
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