Monday, September 29, 2014

Anthem's Fall Book Tour: Giveaway for a $10 Amazon Gift Card and 10 eBooks!

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Above a horrified New York City, genetics and ethics collide as the fallen emperor and a banished exile of the same herculean race ignite into battle over the city's rooftops. In the streets below, a brilliant young scientist has discovered a technology that can defeat them both, yet might be more terrible than either.

Set both in modern New York City and in the technologically sophisticated yet politically savage world of Anthem, Anthem's Fall unfurls into a plot where larger than life characters born with the prowess of gods are pitted against the shrewd brilliance of a familiar and unlikely heroine.

The young emperor Vengelis Epsilon narrowly escapes the reckoning of his empire at the hands of strange machines known as Felixes. The Felixes are identical in every respect to the godlike men of Vengelis's world save for their mechanical blue eyes. Feared to be indestructible, the wanton holocaust of the Felix appears inescapable. His family murdered and his empire maimed under a shadow of destruction, Vengelis pursues the pained final words of his dying mentor, and sets course for a remote and unchartered world -- our world.

The son of the man who created the Felixes, Gravitas Nerol has spent four years in lonely exile. His crime? When the Lord General of the Epsilon Army ordered the genocide of a vastly inferior race, Gravitas refused him. A warrior to his marrow, Gravitas has cast aside his former life and committed himself to the pursuit of knowledge.

Kristen Jordan is a young and talented graduate student working on a cutting edge research team. Their wildly inventive new biotechnology, the Vatruvian cell, is the celebrated milestone of modern science. Yet Kristen remains uneasy about the capabilities of the inexplicable Vatruvian cell, and as their project develops, it begins to ring oddly familiar to the perilous technology of Vengelis's home.

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About the Author:

S.L
S.L. Dunn is the debut author of Anthem's Fall, a novel he wrote amid the wanderings of his mid-twenties. He has written while living intermittently in St. John USVI, Boston, Maine and Seattle. Raised on big screen superhero movies and pop science fiction, he sought to create a novel that bridged a near-sci-fi thriller with a grand new fantasy. He currently resides in Seattle with his girlfriend Liz and their dog Lucy, and is hard at work completing the next book of the Anthem's Fall series.

Twitter: @SL_Dunn https://twitter.com/SL_Dunn
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14 comments:

  1. soemtimes i feel like it lready is. i mean, we create our technology so smart, its a matter of time before it takes over

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  2. maybe - don't really know jrs362 at Hotmail dot com

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  3. I do not think it will happen unless God wills it.

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  4. Too Sci-Fi -- I think it's not a possibility
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  5. I do not think so, but I watched a documentary and several scientist said it will. I am not that computer literate. My tv remote still confuse me!

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  6. I would hope not. Thank you

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  7. I don't think it could. They're only as good as someone programs them.

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  8. Well I would like to think it couldnt happen but I do think it is a possibilty at some point artificial intelligence gets to a point where it could get complicated

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  9. No I don't think Rise of the Machines could happen. Too bad it would be cool if it did Rosanne rosans4@comcast.net

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  10. doubt it, they're not even close to a real AI - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  11. It's a possibility- machines are becoming very advanced!

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  12. I think it's a possibility. New and advanced technology is happening every day.

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  13. I really don't know, but I hope not!

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