Tourist Hunter (2021)

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  • Title: Tourist Hunter
  • Author: Keith D. Jones
  • ISBN: 1535085681
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Paperback
Tourist Hunter
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Tourist Hunter

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  1. Won a free copy in a giveawayThe storyline was okay if a bit anticlimactic The writing style did drive me a bit crazy all those sentence fragments masquerading as full sentences My mind kept trying to re write it as I was reading and that distracted me from the story.

  2. Ugh, I wish had half stars I liked this a lot, but I just can t quite give it 5 stars but 4 seems too low.Tourist Hunter is heavily inspired by Brazil, with a bit of Bladerunner thrown in, and even a little reminiscent of Ready Player One.This is a dialogue heavy book, with most of the plot taking place through character verbal or text interactions It works, but combine that with the inexact sci fi setting and sometimes strange slang, and it can make for some harder than necessar Ugh, I wish had [...]

  3. This was a GoodReads giveaway of a Kindle Edition ebook.I rather liked this book There was something about the heroes doing their thing while working these somewhat boring jobs that was totally relatable to my somewhat boring office job in real life I liked the subtle humor Some of the phone security did not seem to fit in the universe that was created for this story, but it did not overly distract me from enjoying the book I was kind of expecting a slightly different story line and ending, This [...]

  4. This is a clever book that describes what could happen if the ubiquitous little home robot decides to go rogue and act on its own There s lots of sharp and quick witted dialogue and banter but a fair amount of it went over my head As the story progressed, I had a hard time maintaining my interest because it didn t seem to be going anywhere I think there is the nucleus of a really interesting and engaging story here but it would help if the plot were expanded and the sarcasm curtailed a bit.I Thi [...]

  5. Wonderfully EccentricForgot, I won this from giveaway and am grateful I did.Their phones don t call people for talkingthey only text And the Monkey Trials and Rat Races Finally forget not the Ape Fights Must read

  6. I won this novel in a drawing.A very British sci fi novel about a future society where machines do even than they do now, but every so often one goes rogue Someone has to find and capture these robots, called tourists This is about one of those guys Plus robot fights like on television.Not bad, but I think the novel dreamed a bit small.

  7. I really liked this book There didn t seem to be an ongoing plot just the day to day activity of two tourist hunters, men that go out to capture, and sometimes destroy, little rogue robots I like the banter between the two technicians as it was between two people that had obviously known each other for quite awhile It is filled with humorous, sometimes sarcastic, chatter between the men as they go out to corral the robots that have decided to forgo their programed instructions and go do their I [...]

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