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]

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Though the book seems to be rich in action and suspense which is what keeps me engrossed I think I will skip the read cause of the mature content. Great review though.

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I love sci-fi! Sure, the book sounds scary but it also sounds like a great read. Awesome review!

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I have not read this book yet, but by reading your review, I think I want to read. Scientific fictions are interesting! If this book is about human cloning then I would definitely wanna go ahead with this book. Thanks for your wonderful review.

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Project Tau is a serious psychological thriller. I like this book because the sequence of this book was well-structured. The character development was good. Kalin Taylor joined the College of Arts and Science at Sanderson. Palin enters trouble trying to join a fraternity at college.The author puts on a masterpiece of work.

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This is indeed an interesting book to read. Kalin may eventually be the key in this fast-paced SciFi book. Thanks for the review.

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I’ve read this book about a couple years ago & it is indeed fascinating! I highly recommend if interested in scientific fictions!

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Awesome review! I can't wait to finish reading it!

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The book cover looks frightening.The human race won't stop with this technology concept.What would happen to the world if the entire clonning thing was real?

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Sci-fiction this book may be but given technology,a lot is being done by the human race.What if this entire clonning concept becomes a reality one day? God have mercy, hope we don't get to this.

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I have been on the fence with this book. I have read the blurbs and the book seemed a bit too much for me. I loved your review though. You gave it such a personal touch that it made the review more fun to read. Will most limely be checking this one out.

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Amazing review and I'm really inspired to read this book. A sci-fi thriller about cloning sounds like a must-read :)

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Thank you for the detailed review. I appreciate such creativity but the themes are not appealing to my senses. Additionally, the exaggeration seems to be fully engrossed in this narrative.
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It sounds like a book I would enjoy reading, especially the part to do with human clones and stuff. Thanks for the insightful review. I hope to give it a try soon.
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Besides the palpitating adventures described in the book, showing the author's vivid imagination, there is also the "moral" of what the thoughtless need for approval can get young males into.
I hope Kalin will find a way to regain his original, human form.

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I really love your review. You make the book sound fantastic, and I can't wait to jump on it. Good work!

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