Thirty years ago, our family was stationed at Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angelo, Texas. It was actually our second time there, and I remember my parents re-introducing me to friends I’d had when I was four or five years old. We all lived on a measly three streets, which are no longer tagged on Google Maps: Carswell, Vance Circle, and I forget the third. My friends and I explored every inch of that neighborhood and that base. And though I haven’t been back since 1991, I still remember it fondly, which was why it was so fucking horrible to hear Trump would be housing detained immigrants there.
I’m only half way through the book, but I wanted to leave a quick review. Last night, after reading chapter 35, I literally said, “Holy f****** s***!” It’s been a bit since a book has surprised me enough to speak outloud. Good job, Mr. Verastiqui, I’m impressed!
Set in the not-too-distant-future, this latest novel from Daniel Verastiqui takes the reader on an exciting ride! Accommodating elements of science fiction, action, drama, and humor, the author creates a riveting story with excellent twists and turns, leaving nary a dull moment. Numerous times I found myself doing the “Wow, I can’t stop there, I need to read the next chapter!” dance. Additionally, the content and style of the book does an admirable job of satiating a sci-fi fan like myself while maintaining an accessibility for the more casual reader. So what’s causing subbers to push the Perion City feeds through the ratings roof? Find out in Perion Synthetics!