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One Calvin: A Zero Calvin Novel

(Zero Calvin #2)

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Calvin Jones is back again in this long-overdue sequel to Zero Calvin. Once again he has been revived by the gang at Bobcorp3, and once again he must continue to adapt to his strange new life in the future. Unfortunately, nothing is ever so straightforward in Calvin's life and he soon finds himself involved in a complicated love square with Tarpa and two newly-revived cryo ...more
Paperback, 228 pages
Published November 23rd 2013 by iUniverse
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Lucinda
Jan 31, 2014 rated it liked it
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Clever cliché’s and remarkable eccentricity makes this series stand-out!

Having read Zero Calvin and been previously immersed in the weird and wonderful of Brian Cramer’s unusual creation, I knew what to expect when delving into another volume.

Unlike anything you will have encountered before this series is undeniably quirky, individualistic and so outlandish as to stick out amongst the sci-fi genre. I love the way in which the author blends together a mixture of futuristic technology, scie
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Sarah-Jayne Briggs
Jan 30, 2014 rated it really liked it
(I received this book for free as part of Goodreads First Reads giveaways).

(This review may contain spoilers).

I think I was quite fortunate with this book, since I didn't have to wait to read it after I'd finished the first book.

It was good that this book pretty much picked up from where book one left off. I continued to like Calvin and the complicated relationship square was fairly interesting to read about - though I spent a lot of the book not particularly
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Anthony O'Connor
Aug 21, 2015 rated it really liked it
I had to find out what happened to Calvin. He's back!!
Three hundred years in the future and things are still looking ... Uncertain.
Still courting Tarpa though still unsure if she will sleep with him or kill him. And then the Ex turns up - dangerously chummy with the all powerful World Computer - who's already ordered a hit on him at least once.
A crisis so vast that Kevin Bacon is awakened from suspended animation.
Fast, funny, cynical and entertaining. A great series, with
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David Richardson
Feb 07, 2014 rated it really liked it
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This was a strange book, but strange in a good way. I have not read the first book in this series ("Zero Calvin") so I didn't really understand some of what was going on. Parts of this book are really crazy. The story moves along quickly and most chapters are short which makes it a fun and quick read.
Rhonda
Mar 18, 2014 rated it liked it
In this sequel Calvin is back to crazy adventures. Kinda of like a chameleon always changing and adapting to keep up. Futuristic and a quick read. Enjoyable. Calvin is likeable, book was interesting and alittle out there for me but good.
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Donna
Aug 02, 2014 rated it did not like it
it was okay, guess I should have read the first one.
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Brian Cramer was born in New Jersey. Because of several failed attempts to escape the mysterious pull of the Garden State, he still lives there. He works for a custom cable assembly manufacturer and enjoys nature, technology, anime, the universe, and a hot cup of tea.

Other books in the series

Zero Calvin (3 books)
  • Zero Calvin
  • Two Calvin: A Zero Calvin Novel
“If you have ever been so upset by something that you drank yourself unconscious only to wake up some time later in an unfamiliar place with only a bad headache and a case of the spins to keep you company, then you have a small idea of the kind of trauma that Bianca experienced when she awoke in Bobcorp3. You also may have a drinking problem.” 1 likes
“The small ember of warmth in Tarpa’s soul that was struggling to become a fire was suddenly and painfully dashed out of existence by the joyful tears of the reunited couple, leaving only a tiny pile of soggy ash behind.” 1 likes
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