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Dimestore Soldiers 1

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In a dystopian world, ordinary people have become the faceless, the nameless...the future that their leaders would prefer to forget because of who they may someday themselves become. In this first installment of the cyberpunk serial, a young mother faces the unthinkable amidst the backdrop of planned, city-wide blackouts.

The story is centered around characters struggling
Kindle Edition, 11 pages
Published September 21st 2012 by Ironangel Press
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Feb 26, 2015 rated it it was amazing
One setting, many emotions

Not many authors can stir up a mix of fear and empathy in such a short story, but Perkins not only pulls the reader in, she does not let go. I'm late in reading Dimestore Soldiers. I hope there's more to come.
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Gwen Perkins is a museum curator with a MA in Military History from Norwich University. She has written for a number of magazines, exhibitions and nonfiction publications. Her interest in history fueled the creation of the world of The Universal Mirror, inspired in part by people and events of the medieval and Renaissance periods.

The Universal Mirror is the first novel of the Artifacts of Empire