Featured Official Review: Project Tau by Jude Austin [April 2020 Book of the Month]

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Re: Featured Official Review: Project Tau by Jude Austin [April 2020 Book of the Month]

Post by BreathofFreshAriel »

First of all, I'm living for the profile picture. I don't do a whole lot of fiction, but this seems like it has enough real-world backing to capture my attention. I know I've read the description before, but your review certainly got me more interested.

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I’m fascinated by the author's take on sci fi, introducing modern issues such as human rights and abuse. This story seems to be very dynamic and unlike your typical sci fi book, I look forward to reading it.

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Wow! I generally don't read sci/fi but this book has definitely piqued my curiosity :D

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Post by Mbalewechinonso »

Sci-fi defies nature, maybe that's what I love the most. Anyway, having to clone by people in outer space in the future maybe predicts what might actually happen to earth by then. Good review.

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The book is both intriguing and thought-provoking. Having read both the book and the review, I couldn't write a better one myself.

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Post by Radhika_puri »

This book seems interesting to what science has stored for us in the upcoming future. I would love to read the book.

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Post by Ahsan shafique »

It's awesome review .
I might give this read a try.

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Post by Alphonsius »

It carries with it a very scary picture. I begin to wonder if our future will one day look like what this author is depicting in this book. Thanks for the review.

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Post by kamodio22 »

I agree that this book leaves you thinking long after you have finished it. The author does a great job of leading you along to your own conclusion about humanity and scientific research. Great review!

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Post by emojiboy27 »

I wonder what the role of human clones would be if they did emerge - quite possibly something like what's imagined here. Some dystopian novels do make somewhat accurate predictions, like the ones about cameras everywhere. This book sounds as gripping as it is disturbing.

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Post by rlufkes20 »

I hope I end up reading with one eye shut! Reading that singular sentence from your review evoked the memories of my youth - Reading In Cold Blood under the covers with a flashlight, so frightened, barely breathing. I was under the spell of a book. I look forward to reading this novel! Thanks for the good review; well written.

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Post by iqbalamna367 »

This is a very book and really deserves to be THE BOOK OF THE MONTH. It was well written and very interesting. The characters are very good and interesting and add thrill in the story.

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Kalin Taylor is a college student who just wants to make his way up from the bottom of the totem pole. This is a very interesting sci-fiction book. I did enjoy the review.

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Post by Jemal1992 »

I think this all about the world where we live and all the situation is all about the violations.and I hope teachs alot
Thank you for reviewing this

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Post by nageena_rasheed »

Faithmwangi wrote:
24 Jan 2019, 08:25
For some reason, authors nowadays paint the future as very dark times. As much as this is just a book, I do hope the occurrences do not take place in reality. I might give this read a try. Thanks for the review.
Prevailing conditions of economic crisis, despair and uncertainty after corona pandemic is evidence that everything speculated by the writer will soon become reality and it is terrifying i must say :shock: :cry2:
how beautifully they conceive those living ideas and paint them on pages! spectacular!

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