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(The Project Files #1)

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Dr. Dean Frey is a man of science. His lifelong desire to create a better future for mankind has led him to the prestigious, and highly mysterious, Wilderness Institute of Scientific Research & Technology, as the head of their Robotics Engineering department. Building on the research and designs of others before him, Dean’s own genius culminates in the successful creation ...more
Paperback, 297 pages
Published July 18th 2016 by Smedge Press
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Shelley
Jan 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
*Source* Amazon
*Genre* Science Fiction
*Rating* 3.5

*My Thoughts*

Oracle is the first installment in author Kelly Meding's The Project Files duology. The duology features an on-the-run scientist, a telepath/telekinetic duo who fights the good fight against a major power corporation, an android prototype, and enough action, adventure and humorous banter to entertain any and all readers. 

*Full Review @ Gizmos Reviews*

http://gizmosreviews.blogspot.com/201...
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Denise
Jul 11, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: own, read-2016
Dr. Dean Frey, specialist in robotic engineering, has spent the last years working for the prestigious and somewhat shadowy Wilderness Institute, creating something groundbreaking: Anthony, the world's first fully functioning android prototype with a personality and capable of independent thought. Now Wilderness wants to sell Anthony to the military and Dean's objections have made him a wanted man. Reaching out to a former Wilderness employee once involved in the Anthony project, Dean asks for h ...more
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This would be an unlikely choice except I have been reading more science fiction and Kelly Meding is an author I have wanted to try. The blurb is longish and does not match my sense of Oracle.  The title doesn't seem to fit, either. The beginning fe
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Erin
Jan 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: good
Dreg City sold me on Kelly Meding and she's never disappointed. excited to read book two so I can once again wait at the edge of my seat for her next book
Sage Collins
Jan 02, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Oracle is a fast-paced sci-fi novel with characters that will get into your head.

Although the description highlights Dean, the scientist who has a change of heart about Wilderness, an institute creating people with extraordinary powers, it is Olivia and Nick who are the heart of the story. Two Psions who left Wilderness at a young age, Olivia and Nick have been helping other Psions get or stay free from the institute. Olivia is one of those kick-ass women we love to follow in urban spec fic and
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✿~Danielle~✿


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Dr. Dean Frey is a man of science. His lifelong desire to create a better future for mankind has led him to the prestigious, and highly mysterious, Wilderness Institute of Scientific Research & Technology, as the head of their Robotics Engineering department. Building on the research and designs of others before him, Dean’s own genius culminates in the successful creation of Anthony—the first fully-automated, free-thinking android prototype. And now Wilderness wants to sell A
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Kim
Oct 23, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I've been a huge fan of Kelly Meding since first finding her Dreg City series. As a friend of mine once said about a different author, I would gladly read anything she wrote up to and including her grocery list.

Oracle is not quite as much fun as Dreg City was, but it is a worthwhile book in its own right. A research project went wrong created several psionic children. This book mostly follows the adventures of two of those now-grown individuals who escaped from the evil corporation that imprison
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