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  • Title: Everywhere But No Place
  • Author: Mark Foster
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Kindle Edition

  • It is the year 2042 Prisons all over the European Union are bursting at the seams Hans Schleiman, a criminal psychologist, has developed a new system for rehabilitating prisoners He proposes that they be housed in virtual reality units where they spend the entirety of their sentence Schleiman has developed software that aids the Subject s rehabilitation and he has builIt is the year 2042 Prisons all over the European Union are bursting at the seams Hans Schleiman, a criminal psychologist, has developed a new system for rehabilitating prisoners He proposes that they be housed in virtual reality units where they spend the entirety of their sentence Schleiman has developed software that aids the Subject s rehabilitation and he has built a new breed of supercomputer to oversee the process the Hosts The UK is the first country to try the scheme and Denver is one of the first of a hundred Subjects to be inserted into the Schleiman Tanks after being mixed up in an armed robbery His pleas of self defence are ignored and he is sentenced to twenty five years in the Schleiman Tank.Denver wakes up in a lush, green World alone, and with no idea where he is or what this World might hold.Elsewhere, on the outskirts of Glasgow City State, Haze, one time hacker, wakes up in the bowels of a run down estate He is blind and destitute after a disastrous job five years before left him eyeless and on the run from the most dangerous men in the country Haze is given an ultimatum he either carries out one last job, for which he will have his eyesight restored as payment, or he will be killed It is Haze s task to break into the virtual World that Denver inhabits and retrieve a piece of information that could affect all their lives.What no one could prepare for is the very nature of the Host itself, a creature so advanced that not even the people who created it know what it is capable of.Thrust together, Denver and Haze attempt the impossible, to steal the thoughts of a machine so advanced, so strange, that its very mind is a nightmare So it is that Haze s one last job suddenly turns into a fight for survival Neither of them can guess what will finally happen when they confront the Host at the heart of its mind, where reality ceases to exist.It is everywhere but no place .
    Mark Foster
    Mark Foster has published two novels Everywhere But No Place and The Story And The Teller Book 1 and Book 2 of a series titled Messages From The Unseen World.He has also written several books in his own name and to date he has co authored four non fiction books Secrets of Dan Brown s Inferno Tolkien The Secret History of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings An A to Z of Atlantis and An A to Z of the Occult.Mark lives in London, UK, and divides his time between writing and running a graphic design agency.


    How about 3.5 stars. This is a good bookally riveting initially actually. Another reviewer called it cyberpunk. I might call it techie-philosophical-action. Regardless, the introduction and interweaving of the numerous characters and worlds is pretty flawless (with the exception of Jinzy and Cobalt, who I hated having to read about for 70% of the book because I didn't know who they were, they were weird, and it interrupted the flow of the story). At about the 50% mark, the author lost his editor [...]

    This book was a little different from what I normally read, but the book's description reached out and touched me - I'm glad I picked this one up as it is a solid sci-fi / futuristic tale.Without having a spoiler, the author does a great job of quickly getting you into the story and into the mind (literally and figuratively) of the main character, and he weaves a pretty good tale with a realistic plot and a little different conclusion than I was expecting. This sci-fi tale is an exception to som [...]

    This book definitely has promise. Overall, the concept and the story line are solid and very engaging to the reader. There are some flow issues that cause the book to drag heavily in parts, especially in the middle. Personally, there were stretches of 5-10 pages that I felt I had to slog through while other parts seemed to be light and easily read. More than once I got to the bogged down sections and seriously contemplated giving up on the book.That being said, the concept and the story are very [...]

    Liquid Frost
    Kindle Freebie. I picked up this and others on my sweep for free books that aren't from Christian authors (harder than you may think). It was an interesting read. Haze's back story was good, but then he went flat. Denver was likable as was Moses (hmmm?) and Val. Good glitch moment that could explain Christian myth; also part Matrix-y. The Author said he really liked Jensy - I actually found the he he hak, or whatever, a bit annoying. He and Cobalt were tossed in early and I was all WTF is this l [...]

    TIL en TUP
    A novel about a dystopia with AI managed prisons. The plot is riveting and most of the main characters are believable. The idea of fully formed AI beings reminded me of Galouye's Simulacron-3; hopefully Foster is less prescient than Galouye. As in Prometheus, some AIs - the Hosts - consider what to do with us - their creators.I almost downgraded it to a two star because of the excessive violence of two characters - a little violence would have made the plot points. I won't be reading the sequel [...]

    Jim Willis
    I really liked this book, even though I'm not normally a big sci-fi fan.Some reviewers said that it bogged down in the middle, but I did not notice that.This was a really thought provoking look at the subject of artificial intelligience.I hope that this author writes more books.

    Tim Standafer
    Wonderfully descriptive read. There were a few slow spots but overall very enjoyable. There is supposed to be a sequel to this book but I have not heard nor seen that it has come out. I for one am looking forward to reading it.

    Bad at reviewsIts a uncomplicated sci fi fantasy and fun read. I really liked it. I had a preconceived idea about what i thought the book would be about. At the end it shows there is another book, i will be getting it. Thanx

    Foster has written a great story. This novel is part cyberpunk, part fantasy quest, and full of interesting characters that the reader cares about. Highly recommended for anyone who enjoys sci-fi adventure. I can't wait to encounter another by Mark Foster.

    This is one of my most recommended books, very easy to read on a mobile device. The story catches you, the idea believable whilst futuristic with very realistic characters. As it plays out I was really engaged and kept enthralled until the end. Will we be getting more from this author?

    Mark Fishpool
    This was quite a fun story, quite fast moving most of the time. Some of the virtual reality characters seemed over the top in their behaviours and I felt some of it was more extreme than necessary for the story. Overall though a good book and I'll probably want to go on and read the sequel.

    Monika King
    I am very stingy with 5 stars but this book definitely earns it. Easy to read, futuristic but yet believable. The story is fast paced with surprising twist and turns and very inventive details. I hope to see more from this author.

    Claudia Piña

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