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  • Fantastic plot

    What a great story espy learning about cyborg and implants and neruosy

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  • De-cent!

    Story was good, progression was fast, liked the characters, and now I have to get the rest!

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  • A fast-paced thriller

    Reviewed by Stefan Vucak for Readers' Favorite Dr. Mark Warren is a researcher in bio-genetics with possible application for manufacturing cyborgs. Exploring and colonizing space is dangerous work. So, why not let cyborgs do it—build habitats ready for human occupation. Those who got there first would control space, a prize worthy of a deadly scheme. However, nobody intended this research to create military clones and cyborgs. The Terran research facility where Warren is working is attacked, but the terrorists are quickly neutralized. The facility was hacked—they had a traitor in their midst. But what were they after? Warren is transferred to Luna for his protection and begins combat training. Unfortunately for him, the terrorists don’t think much of his protection and attempt to capture him to get at the information in his head. The plot is foiled and he is sent back to Earth. To forestall further attempts to capture him or harm his family, Warren allows himself to be captured by the terrorist mastermind. He has a plan to end all this, but will it work? With Edge of the Future, Andria Stone takes the reader on a fast paced adventure across Terra, Luna and nearby space. In many ways it is a traditional conflict between those who want to preserve a decent society, and those who would do anything to take advantage of emerging technologies to control man’s future in space. The book relies on action, great dialogue and some very good writing to carry the reader. This is a work where the reader should simply sit back and enjoy what is coming, without thinking too much about what is credible. Andria Stone does not mince her words or shy away from blood when it is necessary to spill it, which aficionados of military yarns will enjoy.

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  • Literary Titan

    Edge of the Future, by author Andria Stone, is a nail-biting science fiction story about space exploration and saving humanity. Mark Warren’s life gets flipped upside down when his secret research facility gets attacked by a group of terrorists in the middle of nowhere, Canada. Joining forces with Sergeant Axel von Radach, Warren gets tangled up in a major military plot and works with a team to bring down a wanted terrorist. Mark Warren also holds precious information on our main antagonist that puts his family and everyone he cares about in danger. Can he keep them safe and stop the villain at the same time? What will happen when he crosses paths with the terrorist face-to-face? Author Andria Stone has a suspenseful writing style which elevates a novel that is already chock-full of action. Edge of the Future is the first of three books in the EDGE trilogy and Stone’s ending in this title has me desperate to read the next book, Edge of the Stars. The way Stone approached the relationship between humans and outer space makes the story feel grounded and much more engaging because of it. I love a good space setting and regularly consume TV and film content in that realm. Long time fans of the science fiction genre will find plenty to enjoy in this edgy space opera, but the story is told without any over the top science fiction jargon, so newcomers will find an easy story to get lost in.  While I enjoyed the novel overall I felt that the story was a little slow going in the first few chapters. The story does opens with an attack on a military facility, which definitely grabbed my attention, but I couldn’t shake the feeling of being indifferent until I got through a couple of chapters. But this is a minor quibble in an otherwise engaging space romp. Stone tells a suspenseful story involving space and cyborgs while making it all feel fun, if not always believable. I feel genuinely satisfied after finishing this book and that is something that rarely happens to me. Edge of the Future is an invigorating technothriller with a unique view of the future and an entertaining story that begs to be continued in the next book.

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  • The edge trio.ogy

    Excellent characters story line and creativity on behalf of the author One of the better theologies I have read Looking forward to maybe some more sometime in the future

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