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N. Lamont Weaver

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Army of Me
by N. Lamont Weaver   

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Category: 

Science Fiction

Publisher:  Fly by NIght Publishing ISBN-10:  B008GOR67M
Pages: 

379

Copyright:  July 1, 2012

How powerful can one person be?

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Army of Me

Kevin Kelvin is a child prodigy with a dream of space exploration. However, life happens and it proves to be a bizarre, twisted path to space.

Through a series of improbable adventures including: becoming the world's first trillionaire, saving the last living band of Neanderthal, inventing a genetic therapy that restores youth, becoming the dictator of Namibia, founding his own country, reviving the abandoned Space Shuttle program, weaponizing lower Earth orbit, destroying Saudi Arabia, winning the Nobel Peace Prize, and developing an anti-gravity propulsion system, he is finally able to realize his dream and stand as the first man on Mars and the most powerful man on Earth.




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A journey into ulimited adventure
When I first began reading this novel I didn't know what to expect but I was drawn in by the main characters and their home habitats, and slowly I grew more intrigued in the many different worlds they journey through and how these characters grew with time.

With not giving too much of the story away, Kevin is the main character who dreams big and realizes that anything is possible. He goes for it and quite often achieves the many greater things his imagination dreams up. This leads him through quite a journey through many places, and although he travels so many different distant lands he is always able to personalized these strange lands and connect them to his childhood and his path left behind. This is quite a contrast to the many challenges he faces through out his life and the decisions he needs to make in order to face reality within his dram world.

The author takes great care in crafting out this story, the characters and personal style that emanates even in never before seen lands. Always with a touch of home... perhaps the passage of Lake Tahoe has closer sentimental ties to me than most, but I can still connect to the many other places that the author writes about. The writing style is easy to understand, entertaining, colorful yet not overly ornate.

I would recommend this book for kids of any age. I enjoyed this adventure into a journey of so many distant places yet all of them united by the spirit of Kevin's character.


Surprising Good
Finally, a sci-fi book from an unknown author that is actually...GOOD. So very rare to find nowadays.

When I first started reading this, I planned on setting it down after the first couple of chapters. But before I knew it, a couple hours passed and I was a third of the way finished with it.

The story kept moving and didn't have hundreds of pages of useless fluff that many other books seem so fond of. I understand what the author was doing and he pulled it off very well.

Great book and I will be keeping an eye on this author to see what other books he comes out with.


Dreamers dreams sometimes come true
This story is about Kevin who in my opinion is a classical example of a follower of Napoleon Hill, who beliefs that thinking big will bring riches. That is what this story is basically about, as the reader follows Kevin while he is on his journey to makes his (sometimes irrational) dreams and visions come through. As with many dreamers and visionary thinkers, Kevin also has to make choices in which decisions to follow through and which decisions not to pursue. He also learns that realizing that it is human behaviour to learn from mistakes and that future events can be connected to experiences that have been habits through life.

This book consists of an extensive amount of dialogue, which provides a very deep and detailed look into the personality of the main character. The reader gets to experience the emotions, anxiety, and other feelings first hand, and that helps make this story become very real. Many readers will probably be able to connect to Kevin in some way of form.

Kevins' method of making dreams come through is by going to the extreme. The author composed this story by having multiple story lines and events that are about truly remarkable and even historical events such as reviving the presumed lost species of Neanderthalers.

This ebook is a fantastic piece of fictional art, and the only negative aspect I can mention is the fact that I would have loved to see some of the stories be expanded on. This is an opportunity for the author to produce a squeal in where some of Kevin's extraordinary achievements can be outlined in a full novel. This book is recommended for all adults, as well as for grade 11 and 12 students.


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