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Librarian Notes: this is an alternate cover edition ASIN B00MGBA0AG - Project: Perception: A Story of Reality.

Mankind is stagnant. Still fighting the same fights since the end of the 20th century. While technology advances at a blistering pace, socially, humanity is becoming stunted. Someone or Something, known only as the 'Administrator' is determined to change the path t
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Kindle Edition, 131 pages
Published April 2015 by Amazon Digital Services, Inc. (first published August 5th 2014)
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Esi
Apr 20, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This book is a sci-fi tech fantasy mystery mix. The author took the time to really develop the characters. The character development helps to give a strong plot in this book. I must admit that I was not expecting so many surprises in the book. However this is what made the book amazing for me. The ending really caught me by surprise, as I am sure it will catch you by surprise too. Overall, this is a great book and I look forward to reading more books by Cook.
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Overall, I liked this book a lot. My positivity is edged with a note of disappointment (I’ll get to that later), but this is nonetheless a very satisfying read. It’s a great core idea, if not entirely unique, and the details around the edges really add a depth to the tale. It’s fair to say that one has to take some rather bold leaps in accepting the path of events, but they are not insurmountable – simply challenging to validate. And the story would be nothing without its trajectory, which is ul ...more
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Born and Raised in Sunny (sometimes) Florida, I grew up in a house of readers. I've always been into good Sci-Fi, fantasy, and technology. In fact I ended up somehow working in the IT field for the last 13 years.
One of the things that surprised me about my career was the interaction of people with technology. How blindly trusting people are of whatever the computer says on it, regardless if what i
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