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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A novel that is fast-paced science fiction thriller is always interesting to read, and this one sounds like a good one. I can't wait to read it. Thank you for the review.

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I think science fiction authors in particular are reflecting the abuses we see in society today. Technology is not being used as a tool to equalize the masses, it is to provide bread and circuses for those of fixed mind, and then to widen the gap between the haves and have nots for the rest of society.

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The plot seems very intriguing and interesting, like nothing I've ever read.

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Project Tau is an intriguing thriller about a boy named Kalin. He got a scholarship to attend college. He was excited to go to college. This book is action and sci Fi packed. I like the characters build up and development. The book is well structured.

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This is both intriguing and surreal. I wonder if this is a warning of a grim future if the current trend remains the same. Cloning is a double edged sword. The review is also amazingly fascinating.

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Your review was so capitivating that it could make anyone want to read this book. I am not one to read science fictions books very often yet this book sounds very intersting and really illuminates how this book could potentially be something seen in our future.

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Thank you for the review. This sounds like an exciting book! I'm kinda sad I missed out on it. Hopefully another opportunity rolls around!

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A science fiction about cloning? Count me in! Reading books which broadens my imagination is quite the feat for me. Though I don't really believe such fictional things will happen, I am fond of how creative sci-fi authors can get and makes a story for the wandering minds of people like I. Definitely would love to read. Thanks for the very much convincing review!!! :)

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Post by cgeyvanpittius4 »

I really love Sci fi and it was very intresting and I just had to add it to my shelf

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A very thrilling read indeed, the book seems to accurately depict the downgrading nature of humans. We are the kind of people who think that we are taking one step forward but actually we are taking ten steps backwards.

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Post by Calineoghen »

I really like the whole thing, So as the future won't be perceived as good only.

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