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    An exceptional read!

    Someone is in Dr. Kristina Davenport’s home. It’s a woman, and it turns out she’s Kris from the future! The woman, whom Kris calls “BBD for better-body-double”, is a more ripped version of Kris. BBD failed her mission, and Kris has to start all over again, or so BBD says. Armageddon has happened, and Kris is perplexed, not to say highly doubtful of her visitor’s mental health. But BBD is not to be deterred; she sends Kris for a run, and when Kris wakes up, she’s face to face with a huge beast. She is rescued and taken to a compound where she meets the Commander, ConRad. They’re on the Dark Planet, the last defence against the annihilation of the human race… In case it seems convoluted, it’s not; Ms. Klein has meticulously crafted the world of DARK FUTURE, a totally believable bleak dystopian world set in the near future. I really like Kris, it’s easy to relate to her; she’s just a normal person caught in an impossible situation, and she discovers strengths she never knew she had. It takes a bit more time to warm up to ConRad, because he is extremely reserved. I found the interactions between Kris and ConRad fascinating: both retain this feeling of déjà vu, their subconscious remembers, their bodies as well. DARK FUTURE is as much about adventures as is it about the love story between ConRad and Kris. I cannot say “romance” because their love is extremely powerful, strong to withstand anything thrown at them; it is a union of two passionate souls. I’m not overly fond of time travel scenarios, but DARK FUTURE is a definite exception: the way Ms. Klein presents it, it seems entirely possible. KC Klein is a terrific writer, and here she demonstrates her exceptional storytelling talents. As the story moves along, it gets to a point where it is impossible to put the book down, and I was kept awake long past my bedtime. DARK FUTURE is fascinating, very fast-paced, with unpredictable plot twists that kept me enthralled until the very last pages, because I had no idea how everything would turn out. DARK FUTURE is an outstanding book, whether you’re a sci-fi fan or not, and KC Klein proves once again what a supremely gifted writer she is.
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