I received a copy of The Souls of the Fire Dragon from the author, but I've come to realize I'm just not into it. It's been years since I read a sci-fi novel. When I read the press release sent to me I thought this was another opportunity to step outside my comfort zone. But after about 60+ pages I realized it's just not for me. I am giving it away to the first fellow blogger who responds to this post. You must be a blogger and promise to review the book on your web site. If you're really not interested please don't post just to receive a book. I will include all of the information I received with it.
Here is a little taste of the press release I received:
John Wrieden announced the release of The Souls of the Fire Dragon, a product of the U.K. author's love of science fiction.
Herefordshire, U.K. - May 11, 2010 - U.K. author John Wrieden announced the release of The Souls of the Fire Dragon, his first venture into sci-fi adult fantasy. Wrieden introduces unmarried, twenty-seven-year-old Akea, a telekinetic computer programmer who resides in Ordinea City where CCTVs monitor activity and a dictatorship government rules. His book unfolds a fascinating plot of a dystopian world with an oppressive government controlled by the Patrician, and the Watchman - a secret police.
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