by Dawson Nichols
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Pub Date 14 Jun 2022 | Archive Date 14 Jul 2022
Dayr, decrypt this word squirt with the protocol we used in EllGray3. Your mom always said you were porous, but I think you’ll remember. I need you to know about Vie and Wil. I know our friendship was a long time ago for you now, but it’s still pretty recent for me.
Things here are poggs. Thalinraya is spiraling into its sun. And so you know, I never intended to kill myself. I’m only doing this because I have to. See you soon. —Tab
Terminal Dispatch is set in a meticulously drawn future with complex characters and heart-pounding battles. This is the first installment in the Dispatch Sequence, a riveting new series that explores transhumanism, artificial intelligence, and the price of our drive to survive.
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I truly liked this adventure. The world building alone is wondrous. The science behind the story is presented as fact, and not overly explained, which is perfect for lovers of Sci-Fi who rather have a good time, than to take a physics exam. The story in on itself is interesting, fun and fast paced. The characters are ones you can relate to, and they grow more complex as the novel progresses. If you're picking up a book in the next few weeks, and want to have a good time. I truly recommend that you give Terminal Dispatch a chance.
I'll be waiting for the next installment!
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