Sep 16, 2012

Bone Wires Review

Title: Bone Wires
Author: Michael Shean
Genre: Dark, Mystery, Science Fiction
Publisher: Curiosity Quills/Whampa, LLC
Pages: 380 (Paperback)

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Book Description:
In the wasteland of commercial culture that is future America, police are operated not by government but by private companies. In Seattle, that role is filled by Civil Protection, and Daniel Gray is a detective in Homicide Solutions. What used to be considered an important - even glamorous - department for public police is very different for the corporate species, and Gray finds himself stuck in a dead end job.
That is, until the Spine Thief arrives.
When a serial killer begins harvesting the spinal tissue of corporate employees all over the city, Detective Gray finds himself plunged into the first truly major case of his career. Caught in a dangerous mix of murder, betrayal and conflicting corporate interest, Gray will find himself not only matching wits with a diabolical murderer but grapple with his growing doubt toward his employers in the dawning months of the American tricentennial. A thrilling mystery set in the same world as the Wonderland Cycle, Bone Wires is a grim trip into the streets of the empty future.

 I will admit I have never read a science fiction book before this one so I was not quite sure what to expect. Once I started reading it then I could not stop reading it. I was so into the story I could see the pictures in my head as to what was going on. When you can actually put yourself into the book you know you have found an awesome book!! Let me fair warn you thought if you decide to read this book then be sure you have a full day to read it or else you will be up all night reading it, well atleast I was.

About The Author:
Michael Shean was born amongst the sleepy hills and coal mines of southern West Virgina in 1978. Taught to read by his parents at a very early age, he has had a great love of the written word since the very beginning of his life. Growing up, he was oftern plagued with feelings of isolation and loneliness: he began writing off and on to help deflect this, though these themes are often explored in his work as a consequence. At the age of 16, Michael began to experience a chain of vivid nightmares that has continued to this day; it is from these aberrant dreams that he draws inspiration. 

In 2001 Michael left West Virginia to pursue a career in the tech industry, and he settled in Washington, DC area as a web designer and graphic artist. As a result his writing was put aside and not revisitied until five years later. In 2006 he met his current fiance, who urged him to pick up his writing once more. Several years of work and experimentation yieled the core of what would become his first novel, Shadow of a Dead Star (2011). Michael is currently signed with Curiosity Quills Press, who has overtaken the publication of Shadow of a Dead Star and the other books of his Wonderland Cycle.

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