Cameron S. Currie

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Cameron S. Currie

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Newmarket, Canada
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Brandon Sanderson, Robert Jordan, Douglas Adams, Christopher Moore

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June 2016


Cameron S. Currie has been writing since sometime in elementary school in the late 1860's. He likes to read books by the bucketload, and seems to be writing about one book a year. His completed works include A Human Number and Depends on the Strength of the Yes, and a fantasy series (recently dubbed 'the Oubliette') that includes Shiv, My Name's Not Girl, Half an Ogre, and A Map of the Inner Skull. Also approaching in the not-too-distant future is the long-delayed Starship Rumpelstiltskin.

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Cameron S. Currie I woke up, unsure of where I was or what i was doing. Raising my head from what appeared to be a desk and the small puddle that had grown under my ope…moreI woke up, unsure of where I was or what i was doing. Raising my head from what appeared to be a desk and the small puddle that had grown under my open mouth, I realized I was in a dingy office cubicle, and the clock on the wall read 9:04 a.m.(less)
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A Human Number

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Half an Ogre

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My Name's Not 'Girl'

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IN BIASED PRAISE OF INDEPENDENT AUTHORS

Human beings NEED stories. For whatever reason, every society that we are aware of has had stories, and storytellers, and this fulfills a deep, psychological lust within us all. There are no exceptions.
In this age of instant access, almost every aficionado of every genre is constantly in an anxious state of waiting for the next episode, next book, or next movie in their favourite franchise. The Read more of this blog post »
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Very different from the movie (aren't they all?), this book delves deeper into the issues of drug use and addiction... if you had a super-intelligence pill, how would you know, given that your brain chemistry had been changed, what was real? Were you ...more
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Blood State was full of surprises. The characters were more complex than I expected, the tension escalated faster than I expected, and the plot careened off the rails more than I expected. The psychology and politics were insightful, the science was ...more
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Love Moore's work. Crazy and fun as I have come to expect, with the added fun of being set in the 1940s. ...more
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12 Rules for Life by Jordan B. Peterson
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Depends on the Strength of the Yes by Cameron S. Currie
"This is a very interesting book. It takes a setting that is a true cyberpunk for the 21st century, overexaggerated government interference and throwaway culture in a running social commentary, and a touch of noir nihilism and combines it with a plot " Read more of this review »
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
"I'm a firm believer that every budding reader ought to read this book first so they can be utterly and completely ruined for literature for the rest of their lives.

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