Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Good Karma, Good Books: Remembrance by Ravon Silvius

Good Karma, Good Books: Remembrance by Ravon Silvius

Every Wednesday, I put on my pimp clothes (I favor feathered hats and zebra prints
with a little crushed velvet) and help promote the new or old work of some of my favorite fellow authors. Be sure to stop by every week and see what’s new. 

This week, I’m all about "Remembrance" by Ravon Silvius.

Here’s what Ravon says about "Remembrance:"

Remembrance is the most unique book I've worked on, and one that reflects my ongoing attempt to explore cyborgs in fiction and what it means to be human. Its also part of a larger universe of books I've written that all explore this same theme.

The war is over. The majority of humanity has fled the dying planet to live in space, leaving behind a chemical called Overgrowth that will speed up the restoration of the war torn world.

Some were left behind, and not all by choice. As one chapter of humanity comes to a close, a soldier who thought he had nothing left and a historian who sees potential even in destruction will make a life out of what remains.

From the publisher, Extasy Books

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