“A Great science fiction detective story”
– Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine
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The first few reviews of Luck and Death have appeared on Amazon. So far the book is holding steady at 5 stars.
Realistically, no book can maintain a perfect score once it achieves a large readership, and Luck and Death isn’t at that point yet, but I’m enjoying it while it lasts.
What are people saying? Here’s what one reader wrote:
Refreshing take on stale Genre, Excited to have a new sci-fi hero I care about.
Luck and Death at the Edge of the World is, above all else, refreshing. Hedron creates a believable — but still fantastic — world populated by memorable characters and locales.
The plot is grounded in the best way possible. It is easy to relate to Gat, despite his place in such a foreign setting. If the plot fell flat the development of the main character would be reason enough to pick this up, but luckily the plot delivers as well. A satisfying futuristic noir detective story full of action and intrigue.
The Edge of the World is a sharp one. Hedron does not pull punches, the book went further than I expected in many ways and I’m confident that if you’re a fan of sci-fi, noir, detective, or action fiction you will not be disappointed.
In other news, a new non-Gat-Burroughs novelette is approaching publication. More news on that soon.