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POV by Chris Brosnahan review ã PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Chris Brosnahan ´ 0 download read POV by Chris Brosnahan Uiet life with his wife and daughter but one day everything changesJohn discovers that someone is brutally murdering his patients rippi. POVWhat I expectedA dystopian crime thriller People being targeted for something that changes in their brain as a result of iDropsWhat it wasWell not what I expected Regular family guy doing a regular job Suddenly the rug is pulled from under his feet when his patients start being murdered Avoiding spoilers here The world is normal but with enhancements and there are still police doing their job and lawyers tooThe twist happens about half way into the tale And I didn t read this particular book in one sitting so I had plenty of time to ponder the finer points of the story and how I thought it would progress and how I considered things wouldshould be dealt with if this were a real scenario It did keep me pondering in the nightAll very fast paced to the end where the author did go into a spot of He did this He did that and I got a bit confused about who was being referred to But I think I mostly worked it out by reading back and forth a bit It was only a couple of pages at most where the person in the readers eye excuse the subject related pun was not easily defined A hurried ending but not disatisfying at all in its conclusionThe story was written by Chris Brosnahan who is the winner of the The Kernel s 2012 30 Hour Novel Competition judged by HarperCollinsThere were 3 bonus mini sketches included at the end of the version I read35 Stars

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POV by Chris Brosnahan review ã PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Chris Brosnahan ´ 0 download read POV by Chris Brosnahan Ng their eyes out and slipping away Who is the killer And can he stop them before they destroy everything he has worked so hard to buil. POV was Brosnahan s winning entry in The Kernel s 2012 30 Hour novel competition and I think is very well constructed for something written in that time frame What I struggled with the most was the link between the IDRoPS with the clone revelation I felt like it wound up being some explanation of the technological ability in the future rather than a a link between pretending and the world In his musing on what he learnt he mentioned that he wasn t so confident about the clone aspect of the novel but he didn t have the luxury of coming up with a new idea and I think that shows a little in the rushed action from discovery to conclusion I think there could ve have been had there been time to explore the implications of being a clone the ethics of what was done to John and his counterpart and to expound on ability to see clearly not through some altered reality So in that sense it felt uite unfinished to me but in reading POV I could tell that Brosnahan had so many ideas to express so I m looking forward to further works 25 stars I received this galley thanks to Netgalley and HarperCollins All opinions are my own

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POV by Chris Brosnahan review ã PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Chris Brosnahan ´ 0 download read POV by Chris Brosnahan John Macfarlane is a highly skilled optometrist He works with IDRoPs a solution that allows people to see augmented reality He lives a. I really like this book because there are lots of plot twists and scenes I would say it is sort of thriller and sci fi and it is probably for teenagers I like the tension and it is a really good short story for something that was written in 30 hours or less


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    (PDF FREE) [POV by Chris Brosnahan] ✓ Chris Brosnahan Chris Brosnahan wrote POV in 30 hours In fact it was the winner of a 30 hours competition for the best novel written in that frame of time For that alone POV is impressive I can barely write a short story in 30 hours I guess you could be a n

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    (PDF FREE) [POV by Chris Brosnahan] ✓ Chris Brosnahan Read all my reviews on POV was written during a 30 hour writing challenge over a single weekend and it was published because it won that competition It is remarkable that anyone can write a comprehensive 80 page story in this short time frame However you can feel a bit that the author was trying to tell a much bigger story but due to time limitations he probably cropped it into this format This makes the story feel crowded and the revelat

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    (PDF FREE) [POV by Chris Brosnahan] ✓ Chris Brosnahan I really like this book because there are lots of plot twists and scenes I would say it is sort of thriller and sci fi and it is probably for teenagers I like the tension and it is a really good short story for something that was written in 30 hours or less

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    (PDF FREE) [POV by Chris Brosnahan] ✓ Chris Brosnahan Writing this review of POV has been really difficult I found myself belaboring the fact that the book was very short but also inexpensive The book was a product of National Novel Writing MonthNanorimo in which participants are set to write 50000 words in a month Most professional published writers use this as a kind of exercise never publishing what comes out of it Or they use it as a way to generate some cool ideas that they MAY

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    Chris Brosnahan ´ 0 download summary Æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Chris Brosnahan read POV by Chris Brosnahan Apparently this novel was written in 30 hours and it shows The characters are developed to a certain extent but there was so much that could be made of themCertain things happened too fast without any further explanation or build up for effect or emotional embellishment In short the book was good as far as it went but this reader felt that t

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    summary Æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Chris Brosnahan (PDF FREE) [POV by Chris Brosnahan] ✓ Chris Brosnahan Chris Brosnahan ´ 0 download POVWhat I expectedA dystopian crime thriller People being targeted for something that changes in their brain as a result of iDropsWhat it wasWell not what I expected Regular family guy doing a regular job Suddenly the rug is pulled from under

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    (PDF FREE) [POV by Chris Brosnahan] ✓ Chris Brosnahan POV is a psychological thriller with futuristic themes view spoilerMelodramas with a secret twin are common hide spoiler

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    read POV by Chris Brosnahan (PDF FREE) [POV by Chris Brosnahan] ✓ Chris Brosnahan summary Æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Chris Brosnahan POV was Brosnahan's winning entry in The Kernel's 2012 30 Hour novel competition and I think is very well constructed for something written in that time frame What I struggled with the most was the link between the IDRoPS with the clone revelation I felt like it wound up being some explanation of the technologica

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    (PDF FREE) [POV by Chris Brosnahan] ✓ Chris Brosnahan My Rating 35 starsI am completely blown away by the fact that this story was written in 30 hours It's very well written and it keeps you at th

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    (PDF FREE) [POV by Chris Brosnahan] ✓ Chris Brosnahan Receiver a free copy from NetGalleyBook wasn't too bad Surprisingly short so not a lot of time for character grow

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