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Two hundred years after the apocalypse poisoned the atmosphere and almost ended humanity, the last remaining sanctuary is in danger of dying from lack of oxygen. Desperate measures require Mrr, a time scientist, to return in time to find a substance that will save the Dome. But Mrr finds himself in a bewildering new world and makes critical misjudgments that threaten to ru ...more
Hardcover, 188 pages
Published October 10th 2015 by CreateSpace
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Mike Nyberg
Aug 21, 2019 rated it it was ok
The writing and dialog was disjointed and choppy. The plot had potential but fell flat.
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Nov 04, 2015 rated it liked it
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Mrr had an interesting premise which, sadly, doesn't seem ridiculously far-fetched. However, for the most part, the book just did not appeal to me. I never managed to get past the point of remote interest over some of the technological aspects until the last quarter of the book, though I will admit there were some scenes that made me giggle.

The Mutants/Moles don't really get introduced until the halfway point in the book, and by that time my interest had already waned pretty dramatically. It was
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Roger Clapp
Nov 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Timothy Frerik’s “Mrr” (pronounced “myrrh” as in frankincense and myrrh) is a gripping, imaginative, multi-layered tale which could become a dystopian classic in the vein of “A Canticle For Leibowitz” and “Soylent Green.” It is also a rollicking romp up and down the corridors of time, featuring cultural clashes between future and present (or present and past, depending on your POV), with an occasional (and unintentionally ribald - on the part of the narrator) flash of deadpan (bedpan?) humor (on ...more
Lauren Rowell
Dec 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I am a huge fan of science fiction and I loved Freriks' first book, Renaissance, so I wanted to try Mrr. I was not disappointed. I was drawn in right from the first page and it didn't let me go. It was certainly a unique and complex story. Great read. I loved the relationship between Mrr and Marge, but even the bad guys were unique and captivating. There were parts where I laughed really hard. And the ending was an incredible ride. Another great book by Tim Freriks. Can't wait for the next one. ...more
Ian yarington
Aug 14, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I love sci-fi stuff and especially original stuff. Mrr is very original and went by super fast, I couldn't put it down. The one problem I could find wasn't even that big of a problem and I noticed that someone else mentioned it and that is that the mole men mutant things didn't show up till like half way through the book. Other than that little thing it was one of the best sci-fi books I've read in a long time. Clearly I liked it or I wouldn't have gave it 5 stars! ...more
Jon Milton
Nov 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Freriks truly has a talent for crafting words that allow the reader to escape to a literary wonder world filled with vivd imagery and dialogue. His characters are full of life and rich stories. I finished the book anxiously awaiting the next creation that Freriks will have to offer!
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Mr. Freriks is the author of eight fiction novels. Apocalypse Disrupted: time shift strategy is an alternative history/political thriller with some time travel and mysticism (wierd, I know, but it works). It is Book 1 of the Robert Curry series.

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