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message 1: by Zeb (last edited Sep 13, 2020 03:59AM) (new)

Zeb Haradon | 5 comments Hello,

I have three books I have just published second editions of (new covers and some additional editing), and I am interested in getting reviews for them on Amazon, Goodreads, or your blog or site. If any of these seem interesting to you, let me know and I can send you a complimentary amazon kindle file (mobi), or PDF. All three of these books have great reviews on amazon so far, just not that many of them. They all contain some elements or scenes making them not appropriate for children.

Thank you for considering,


Book Title : The Last Feast
Author : Zeb Haradon
Originally Released: 6/22/18
Genre : Science fiction, some elements of tragedy, horror
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Description : Jim, the only human still alive in the universe, lives his life on a small escape pod orbiting a black hole, where he survives by replicating himself and eating his clones. Before eating one of his duplicates, he entertains his meal by recounting the story of how he got here and how he managed to survive.
It began when he had decided to travel to an interstellar colony where he could sell some museum pieces he owned. En route, the ship he is on gets momentarily caught in the powerful gravity of a black hole and is flung trillions and trillions of years into the future. The passengers find themselves in a time of maximum entropy, where all life is extinct, all the stars have burned out, and there is nothing left in the universe except a black hole and a complete vacuum extending in all directions.
As the original crew of seven is slowly reduced through suicide, murder, and accident, two factions form. One group believes, against all evidence, that somehow, somewhere, there exists intelligent life in this universe that can rescue them from this hell, and they devote their energies to sending out more and more powerful distress calls. The other group simply wants to preserve the ship's power, so that they can live comfortably in this hopeless universe as long as possible.
Length: ~35,000 words, 100 pages (Kindle), 169 pages (print)

Book Title : The Usurper King
Author : Zeb Haradon
Originally Released: 11/25/17
Genre : Alternative history, science fiction, satire, tragedy
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Description : The Usurper King takes place in an alternate universe where the serial killer Ted Bundy was never apprehended and is now running for president in 2016. Jim, a sufferer of a hybrid computer-biological virus that causes premature aging, tries to pay for his treatments by winning money on the game show 'Guts!', which has contestants competitively predict the future by reading animal entrails. As Jim begins to find omens of Bundy's victory in the entrails, and details of Bundy's murderous past are uncovered, Jim and another contestant take it upon themselves to stop his ascent to power before it's too late.
Length: ~100,000 words, 332 pages (kindle), 412 pages (print)

Book Title: The Orphans
Author: Zeb Haradon
Originally Released: 8/16/2012
Genre: Science Fiction, Mystery
Description: Jim, a washed up private detective who suffers from bizarre neurological symptoms, is hired by an anonymous client to locate seven orphans, the only survivors of a mass suicide thirty years ago. The novel is set on Mars, a planet of war refugees, organized crime, drug addicts, and The Church of Great Bliss – a “neurotheistic” religion which practices the post-mortem fusing and disembodied resurrection of the brains of deceased members, resulting in an afterlife of unified consciousness. As Jim stumbles upon more facts about the case, he uncovers a conspiracy implicating some of the most powerful individuals on Mars.
Length: ~88,000 words, 398 pages (kindle), 369 pages (print)

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Zeb Haradon | 5 comments Also - you shouldn't review it if I'm also reviewing your book (conflict of interest)

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