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  • Title: London Wild
  • Author: V.E. Shearman
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  • Page: 426
  • Format: Kindle Edition

  • London in the year 2948 was very much a city of lights Every street in the city where people might have business during the dead of night, including the golden mile and the large shopping districts, was kept illuminated to the extent that it was often difficult to tell the difference between day and night If that wasn t enough, there were cameras everywhere, dozens of caLondon in the year 2948 was very much a city of lights Every street in the city where people might have business during the dead of night, including the golden mile and the large shopping districts, was kept illuminated to the extent that it was often difficult to tell the difference between day and night If that wasn t enough, there were cameras everywhere, dozens of cameras per street, cameras than they could possibly afford to hire people to monitor All to protect the people of the city from the cat like hunters who prowled the streets of the city and the South East of the country and who had done so for nearly an entire millennium now.February Sivka was seventeen She had been born in the town of Sou nd, virtually the east coast of the country, and had moved to Upminster as soon as she had been able, where she now lived alone During the day she worked as a computer programmer and web designer She d usually telecommute from home because of the perceived risk from the Herbaht During the night she tended to relax with the newspaper or even an occasional book She didn t really know any of her neighbors all that well, but she had never given them any cause to be concerned about her occasional trips to the city Thanks to years of experience and the right combination of make up, February was able to effectively hide her true race even from those who thought they did know her.Every month, sometimes twice a month, February climbed into the driver s seat of her car while it was still daylight outside and therefore not too suspicious and drove to London.
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    Commentaires:

    Kayla
    The Earth of London Wild is much like our own might be in the year 2948, except that it is inhabited not only by the human race but by a race of alien origin called the Herbaht, who are a combination of humanoid and feline. Some Herbaht are wild and prey on humans and live in the midst of society in disguise, while some are domesticated and live with humans as pets. Though Herbaht colonies can be found several different places around the world, the largest and wildest population is centered arou [...]

    Rhonda
    I am at a real loss on how to review this book. My thoughts are just all over the place. On one hand it was written in a way that was entertaining, but on the other hand it had real moments of information overload. It's almost like it was written by two different authors or edited by two different people. I started out really interested and then I looked down and saw I was only 20 percent through the book and I was shocked. It seemed like I had been reading forever. And as I kept reading, I bega [...]

    Finnella Flanagan
    I'm glad I survived the lengthy prologue, filled with odd names. I think the material covered in the prologue could have been presented differently and better; however, I'm glad I soldiered on. The book improves greatly after that point.The book moves between several different groups of humans and Herbaht (the aliens humans refer to as cats); the transitions work pretty well. Many of the characters, especially February, are quite interesting. Before I reached the mid-point of the book, the stori [...]

    Doreen Dalesandro
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