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URBAN WEATHER - A Satirical Thriller.


Sally knows more about assassination than weather forecasts, but she runs a company in Brussels called 'Urban Weather' and it is a success. Her other business is known as 'Executive Assertion', but is also known as 'Ex Ass'.

She was brought up in the English Cathedral City of Lincoln, where many of her team are based. Appearances are dec
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Paperback, 362 pages
Published January 2016 by Berlin Picture Company
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Feb 28, 2016 rated it liked it
I won a copy of Urban Weather by John Clark from Goodreads. The author has a very sharp wit and great vocabulary. The story lacks a single likable person and is told from a very sardonic perspective. It is cleverly written, but even the author's skill with words does not overcome the lack of depth, the lack of true character. Everyone has flaws and fallibilities but this book fails to show anything but negative elements. I encourage the author to use his talent to create multi-faceted characters ...more
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Apr 14, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Urban Weather is a complex and thrilling account of modern life and challenges posed by technology in todays world. I found it an engaging read, well structured and provocative in terms of some of the tasks we will face with the advent of the connected society. The advent of the Internet of Things (IoT), I find has been handled in a credible and understandable way for readers like myself who had not been familiar with the complexities of this technology and the associated implications for societ ...more
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John Clark is a British writer and film-maker based in Berlin, Germany.

His work has ranged from tv production and independent film, to creating broadcast services and writing for a wide range of media and genres.

"I am especially interested in expressing ideas at their appropriate scale. Something that may be explored perfectly as a short poem might well be a disaster as the basis for an epic novel
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