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Information Cloud – a Review
This science fiction story, full of futuristic machinery and weapons, was written by Peter J. West. Something is rotten in Cinnamon City. Nick and Rachel are determined to find out who is at the root of all the corruption and stop it.
What is going on in Cinnamon City? The city’s Security Forces are at battle with the Kamari, a group of people who are not happy with the way Cinnamon City is being run. The war between the two has now become violent.
Nick Chambers is a commander in the Security Forces of Cinnamon City, and Rachel Henson is a major in these same security forces. They were once romantically involved and have a daughter, Lisa. Each one is working to save the city and find out what is going on. At the same time they are trying to keep their daughter safe.
Riser Trent is a news reporter who will get information any way he can and who will do just about anything as long as it benefits him. He has the ability to hack into computer systems to find out what he needs to know. He enlists the help of his brother, Damen Trent, and he is also aiding the Kamari.
There are more characters than those mentioned above, but they are the ones who stand out most in my mind.
The Cloud Awareness was pretty awesome. I don’t understand technological things very well, but from what I could gather, when a person places this helmet on his head, he is instantly able to see what each of the Net Feed droids (nano-grade weapons) is seeing and experiencing. This is only one part of the vast Information Cloud. If you really get into technological weapons, you will love this book.
There is a glossary at the end of the book that explains the technical terms and gadgets. It also lets you in on a bit of information about each character in the story. The glossary is good, but I think it would do more good at the beginning of the book. I would have referred to it while I was reading the book, but didn’t discover it until I was done.
The story comes to a satisfying ending, but there is definitely room for more to be written about life in Cinnamon City. A copy of this book was sent to me free of charge by the author just for my reading pleasure. No review was asked for or expected. If you would like to purchase a copy of this book for your own reading pleasure, I have provided an Amazon link below.
My interview with author Peter J. West begins in My Interview with Peter J West.
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