About Shadow of a Dead Star

Seattle, 2078. The future hasn’t been kind to the spirit of humanity; commercial obsession and technological fetishism rules the day, religion and belief has died screaming in the fires of war, and what remains is moral decrepitude. Life in the future is hard on the soul.

As an agent of the Industrial Security Bureau, it is Thomas Walken’s duty to keep the city of Seattle free of black-market technology. But when a trio of living sex-dolls he has recently intercepted are stolen from custody, Walken finds himself seeking a great deal more than just contraband; he will be forced to use his skills and preternatural instincts to try and keep his career, his freedom, and his life.

As questions mount and the list of living suspects begin to shrink with alarming speed, Walken must hurry to find the truth - but finding it will challenge his understanding not only of the world in which he lives, but of a world which may exist beyond it for which he cannot be prepared.

A dark and brooding tale, Shadow of a Dead Star follows one man’s plunge through depravity, vice, and ultimately existential conflict in a technologically-obsessed world of the near future.

Reviews for Shadow of a Dead Star

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Absolutely amazing, epic and one of the best books I have ever read. I will be buying a paperback copy of this novel just so I can have it on my shelf—and yes, I will probably read it again when I get it too. :)

I would recommend this book to anyone. Even if like me you do not really enjoy science fiction much—Shadow of a Dead Star is a must read for anyone who is looking for a book that will stay with them for a long time in coming.

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"I've had this on the TBR list since I read Bone Wires (reviewed here), which was fantastic. It is set in the same world as Shadow of a Dead Star, but is a standalone. I'm glad I waited for this one because the sequel doesn't come out until April. And I want it right now.
This is dark, gritty, futuristic sci-fi. A fast-paced detective thriller set in a dystopian future. The scary part is that it seems so plausible. The story just pulled me in so that I could not stop reading and I was completely blown away by the ending. [...]

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