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In a post-apocalyptic world full of war, inequality, and corruption, one young man may have the power to change everything. In the year 2033, what began as a breakthrough in understanding the human genome became the end of civilization. Decades later, Eibmoz Corporation establishes Habitats in low radiation zones in an attempt to revive society, installing a totalitarian re In a post-apocalyptic world full of war, inequality, and corruption, one young man may have the power to change everything. In the year 2033, what began as a breakthrough in understanding the human genome became the end of civilization. Decades later, Eibmoz Corporation establishes Habitats in low radiation zones in an attempt to revive society, installing a totalitarian regime in the process. But the Corporation only allows the pure—those unaffected by mutation—inside. Everyone else must join one of the warring factions in the decaying wastelands outside the Habitat’s walls. When the Corporation launches a new augmented soldier program, sabotage by an unknown enemy destroys the experiment and delivers the one surviving specimen—a young man—into the Decay. Without any memory of his origins, identity, or purpose, the struggle of drone No. 1613 begins. Caught in the middle of the Decay’s volatile geopolitical landscape and perplexed by his surfacing abilities, he must embark across treacherous territory, where his search for answers may endanger everything he holds dear.


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In a post-apocalyptic world full of war, inequality, and corruption, one young man may have the power to change everything. In the year 2033, what began as a breakthrough in understanding the human genome became the end of civilization. Decades later, Eibmoz Corporation establishes Habitats in low radiation zones in an attempt to revive society, installing a totalitarian re In a post-apocalyptic world full of war, inequality, and corruption, one young man may have the power to change everything. In the year 2033, what began as a breakthrough in understanding the human genome became the end of civilization. Decades later, Eibmoz Corporation establishes Habitats in low radiation zones in an attempt to revive society, installing a totalitarian regime in the process. But the Corporation only allows the pure—those unaffected by mutation—inside. Everyone else must join one of the warring factions in the decaying wastelands outside the Habitat’s walls. When the Corporation launches a new augmented soldier program, sabotage by an unknown enemy destroys the experiment and delivers the one surviving specimen—a young man—into the Decay. Without any memory of his origins, identity, or purpose, the struggle of drone No. 1613 begins. Caught in the middle of the Decay’s volatile geopolitical landscape and perplexed by his surfacing abilities, he must embark across treacherous territory, where his search for answers may endanger everything he holds dear.

36 review for Primary Anomaly

  1. 5 out of 5

    Peter Sonntag

    Dear L! Thank you for reading the book anyway, and even greater thanks for your first review here on GoodReads! While I'm sorry that you found the editing to be lacking in quality, I tried my best to roll it through as many editing phases as I could. As for the dialogs, well the world and the characters set the stage and an author must adhere to the rules and framework granted by said stage, and it is ultimately a matter of taste. Still, I wanted to work around the fact that your profile is private Dear L! Thank you for reading the book anyway, and even greater thanks for your first review here on GoodReads! While I'm sorry that you found the editing to be lacking in quality, I tried my best to roll it through as many editing phases as I could. As for the dialogs, well the world and the characters set the stage and an author must adhere to the rules and framework granted by said stage, and it is ultimately a matter of taste. Still, I wanted to work around the fact that your profile is private and engage you in meaningful conversation. It is not my incentive to let other readers be scared off by the -indeed- vague critique and wanted to use GoodRead's platform to state that other reviewers praised the prose and character development, and were looking forward to reading the second novel of the series.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Steve Bender

    I received this ebook in a Goodreads Giveaway. It was a novel about what happens when a fight against science gets out of hand and world civilization collapses. It is basically a thriller with lots of action, but ends in the middle of the story. I wanted a finished rather that a "to be continued". Good and interesting read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    L

    Interesting concept let down by poor editing and abysmal dialog.

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    Kurt Lambert

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