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Code Revelation

(The Emporion Chronicles #1)

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Introverted computer scientist Maximilian Gutenberg had no intention of acquiring a crystal with a being trapped inside, especially not one with the power to save — or destroy — humanity.

Her name is Lucy, and she cannot escape her prison until her mission is complete. A mission she keeps secret from everyone, even Max.

But she needs his help.

To gain his trust, she offers t
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Kindle Edition, 200 pages
Published January 2019 by Amazon Digital Services (first published December 24th 2018)
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Khurram
Mar 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

A great an enjoyable dystopian sci-fi book. With likable or relatable characters. I really enjoyed seeing the characters develop from what they were at the start to what they become.

I also like the moral challenges in the book. For the greater good, but the necessity of sacrifices. One thing that I really liked about this book is in the different scenarios almost every aspect I could think of was covered.

The pace of the book i
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Mrs. Y
Title of the book: Code: Revelation (The Emporion Chronicles Book 1)
Author of the book: Boris Sanders

Dates read January 8

Whenever a writer is working on a series, they often get to the end of the first book and go “Ahh, there’s so much. How do I end this?” My friends, I found a book that should be a template for a perfect ending to the start of a series. Additionally, it’s a mix of realism, futurism, and probably one of the most fun premises for world-building that I’ve seen in such a mix. Ready
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Caitlin Gutilla
Mar 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

I’m going to break down this review into three parts: story, world, and writing.

First, the story. I really enjoyed the story! The plot was enough to keep me intrigued and wanting to read more. It was definitely fast paced and we were constantly in the state of things happening. I think the story could have used some slower moments to flesh things out - I mean it’s only 200 pages - but that didn’t stifle my enjoyment. I also
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Anthony
Feb 21, 2019 rated it really liked it
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own.

A young man living in a futuristic society stumbles upon one of humanity’s greatest known secrets in author Boris Sander’s “Code: Revelation”, the first in the Emporion Chronicles. Here is the synopsis.

The Synopsis

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Introverted computer scientist Maximilian Gutenberg had no intention of acquiring a crystal with a being trapped inside, e
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Samyuktha Ell
Feb 26, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
When the constant nitpicking by a petty boss flares into an ambition to act and stop the mental torture once and for all, Maximilian Gutenberg (Max) finds himself depressed and living life like an automaton. And when he finally manages to pick up a gift from a dusty old shop, his life gets completely transformed. Well, the gift was beautiful but not as special as the gift box, which holds a small crystal that is “home” to a being with supernatural powers and superhuman wisdom.

I have always been
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Claire Heaven
Mar 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Boris Sanders has a very quirky bio, he obviously has a unique perspective and sense of humor which I instantly liked and it made me look forward to reading his book Revelation. When I first read the synopsis I couldn’t help thinking of the old series, I Dream of Jeannie; and strangely, even though the worlds could not be further apart in years, technology and society, the thought stayed with me and I have to admit to picturing the characters as they were on TV. At times there were some slightly ...more
Tim Gillen
Mar 11, 2019 rated it liked it
This is an interesting book. I would say that I didn't care for the first 1/3 of the book. The writing was choppy and amatueur-ish. I did find that, as the table-setting was done, and the book moved into the core plot, my interest increased.

I find that this book primary needs polishing. Given that it is the writer's first work, I look forward to what is next in the series. Frankly, Sci-Fi is not my preferred genre, but I found that the more engrossed I got in the story, the more comfortable I be
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Boris Sanders started to write at a very early age, in fact, so much so that, for his mother's surprise, the doctor who delivered him insisted to have seen some marks that resembled words inside her womb. His intellect is quite advantaged, having learned 37 languages by the age of 14, of which 35 were created by him, don't have a writing form, and only he can speak and understand them. In addition ...more

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