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The Burning Rivers #2020

The Burning Rivers In the near future the United States is one of a very few countries that still survives as a democracy most of the others having fallen into anarchy or repressive oligarchy LLE Longevity Law Enforce

  • Title: The Burning Rivers
  • Author: S.J. Hunter
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Burning Rivers By S.J. Hunter, In the near future the United States is one of a very few countries that still survives as a democracy, most of the others having fallen into anarchy or repressive oligarchy LLE, Longevity Law Enforcement, is an elite squad of detectives granted special prerogatives and charged with enforcing the carefully constructed laws that govern the use of the Longevity process WheIn the near future the United States is one of a very few countries that still survives as a democracy, most of the others having fallen into anarchy or repressive oligarchy LLE, Longevity Law Enforcement, is an elite squad of detectives granted special prerogatives and charged with enforcing the carefully constructed laws that govern the use of the Longevity process When LLE s top team, Chris, Livvy, and Louie, Chris unique, neuro enhanced dog, investigates a brutal Syndicate of illegal labs trying to force its way into D.C Louie finds key evidence that might help his partners crack the Syndicate s power If they can survive long enough.

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    1. The Burning Rivers is a 186 page work of speculative fiction in a near futuristic setting I was provided with a copy in return for an unbiased review, for which I have received no incentive As is typical with my reviews, I have not included a synopsis check the book s page for that information , but this review may include spoilers, so read at your own risk.I m occasionally wary of dystopian future stories because of how commonplace it has become to talk about how in the future, life will suck [...]

    2. Shades of Greg BearQuickly maturing writing skills propel this dystopian tale through an action packed series of revelatory events Around page 70, the pace of character development reveals the perfectly crafted introduction of previously unknown policing skills in the female protagonist, Livvy She displays an ability to use a soft form of hypnosis to settle a witness down Remarkable in this introduction of skills is dialogue based method and not a descriptive exposition model This previously blu [...]

    3. I enjoyed the first book in this sci fi mystery series, Longevity, and liked this second one even Chris and Livvy continue their partnership as they work to stop an organized illegal molebiol group from moving into the city The book is fast paced and well written I m looking forward to the next installment in the series.

    4. Having read and thoroughly enjoyed Longevity , the first book in the series, I was looking forward to this book immensely and I wasn t disappointed No second book syndrome here, this book is of the same extremely high quality as the first.Once again we see the world of the near future 100 years from now SF fans tend to take the long view where longevity treatments have increased lifespans to 200 years plus, for those that can afford it, seen through the eyes of the law enforcement detectives who [...]

    5. The Burning Rivers is a great second effort by S.J Hunter in the Longevity series While the books are short which are about the only complaint I have about themI want them to last longer, I want to see of her characters and watch of the story develop they are packed full of great ideas, interesting characters, plenty of action, and even some great discussions on the implications of Longevity on the social classes These books are fun, quick reads that satisfy my sci fi appetite as well as my ap [...]

    6. The following reviews is from Katie D reviewer I have just finished both books, Longevity and The Burning Rivers, and thoroughly enjoyed both Not usually a fan of science fiction, but couldn t stop reading these books, and was annoyed when I was interrupted Certainly hope we get to see Chris, Livvy, and Louie again soon

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