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"She pictured life without feeling and imagined the sociopath existence. It is better to feel, she said."The searing dark chronicles of human and synthetic life following a chemical-nuclear world war continue in volume two. A soldier must conceal her pregnancy from an artificial intelligence that would terminate her unborn child upon discovery. The ultraviolent combat synt"She pictured life without feeling and imagined the sociopath existence. It is better to feel, she said."The searing dark chronicles of human and synthetic life following a chemical-nuclear world war continue in volume two. A soldier must conceal her pregnancy from an artificial intelligence that would terminate her unborn child upon discovery. The ultraviolent combat synthetic Chiron brutally executes more survivors within the military bunker. Vasquez will choose to stay and face Chiron or ride the elevator up and face the outside world....

Title : ruinland chronicles vol 2
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ISBN : 22494948
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 25 Pages
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ruinland chronicles vol 2 Reviews

  • Jada Ryker
    2019-02-17 17:09

    Dark Continuation of Post-Apocalyptic StoryRuinland Chronicles II, by C. J. Anderson, is the third story in the series. Extinction Protocol is the first story.Hardened soldier Vasquez is pregnant, the father a sociopath. Chiron is programmed to take the lives of sociopaths.Can Vasquez save herself and her unborn baby?C. J. Anderson is a master of the short story medium. He's created a dark, post-apocalyptic world with realistic characters and imaginative situations.

  • Sean Northage
    2019-02-02 14:16

    The breathtaking follow up to Ruinland Chronicles volume 1. Beautifully written as Vasquez struggles against sophia and chiron and her internal conflict. You truly feel Vasquez's desire to survive a true pleasure to read

  • Ratia Vox
    2019-02-02 22:04

    Even better than the last volume! I was on the edge of my seat, held in suspense to the last page. I look forward to the next installment.

  • C.J. Anderson
    2019-02-06 16:11