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Colin F. Barnes

The ramblings from a science fiction and thriller author

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Map of Bones
James Rollins
A Clean Kill in Tokyo (John Rain, #1)
Barry Eisler
Kain (Sex, Drugs, and Cyberpunk, #1)
Brie McGill
Slaughterhouse-Five - Kurt Vonnegut Powerful book with lots of hard truths reflected on humanity by the mirror of irrevent fatalistic narrative. I read this in a single sitting, equally gripped and repulsed by the stories related in the fantastic non-linear timeline. This for me, like Camus' The Plague, The Stranger and Phillip K. Dick's A Scanner Darkly is more than fiction: all these books are mirrors made from truths and eased into our brains by the trickery of fiction. Amazing work.