The colony planet of Eighty-Six looks as dull as all its fellow new worlds to journalist Lex Falk, but when he gets the runaround from the military, his interest is piqued. He gets chipped inside the head of a combat veteran. When the soldier is killed however, Falk must use all his resourcefulness to get back home again... and blow the lid off the whole damn thing.
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1 . Pretty Good
Posted September 13, 2011 by Scott , OshawaCreative Concept of embeded journalism. Slightly surprising ending. Easy to follow and draws you along.
March 29, 2011
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Excerpt from Embedded by Dan Abnett
"Abnett's writing is fluid, engaging, and smart, connecting pieces together seamlessly..." -www.sfsignal.com
"At it's heart Embedded is a gritty military science fiction story, it's also one of the best books you will read this year, I loved every second of it." - SF Book Reviews
"Embedded has character, personality, action, combat, mysteries and a love interest. It fulfills my high expectations and makes me hungry for more." -www.cybermage.se
"Embedded is gripping and near-impossible to put down, and you will find yourself compelled to keep reading." -www.civilian-reader.blogspot.com
"This is a very good book with a very dark underbelly." - Gill Polack
"I devoured [the book] in a couple of days and my only complaint was that there wasn't more of it!"