Day: October 2, 2017

Win a Paperback Copy of The Last Deception

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DV Berkom Books

Hey there! HAPPY OCTOBER. Holy cow! How did THAT happen? It’s like I woke up and BAM–summer was over and it was fall. Tomake me feel better  celebrate, I’m running a paperback AND ebook giveaway of  The Last Deception.
If you live in the US, click on over to Goodreads for a chance to win 1 of 2 signed copies. If you live outside the US, leave your email address in the comments below, or send an email to dvb (at) dvberkom (dot) com to be entered to win an eBook copy.

Contests end October 7th. Winners will be contacted via email and announced October 10th here on the blog.

Goodreads Book Giveaway

The Last Deception by D.V. Berkom

The Last Deception

by D.V. Berkom

Giveaway ends October 07, 2017.

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In other news, the Leine Basso Thriller Prequel,A Killing Truth,will be free…

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Review of ‘Andrea The Martian Robot’

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HWR-001-046-QF Andrea, one of the most advanced robots from Harrowgate & Webster, a small robotics firm, was selected to implement the first of three phases for the colonization of Mars by humans. Her job was to prepare the way for her human master, Adam, to arrive for phase two, and her main directive, ‘Human safety is a primary concern.’

When, three years after her arrival on Mars, Adam’s spacecraft is approaching, things begin to go wrong, and Andrea has to surpass her programming to save his life. The question for everyone, from Adam to Patricia Vicarro, director of the Mar’s Mission, is, just how far will Andrea go to fulfill her prime directive?

Andrea: The Martian Robot is a novelette by Anthony J. Deeney, author of Robots Love Blue. A stand-alone story, it nonetheless continues the theme of Blue, and explores the psychology of self-aware robots and human-robot interactions in a most compelling way. For fans of Isaac Asimov and his ‘Three Laws of Robotics,’ this story will resonate deeply. In a very short space, it explores profound issues that will leave the reader thinking about the future of mankind and technology in completely new ways.

I give this brilliant novelette five stars.