The Machine - DG Jones Reviews
Description:Print Length: 139 pages
Newest Review: ... of command leading to who knows where and that the Machine he labours daily to keep going exists for a reason but what that ... more
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by - written on 08/05/13 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Blue 7 works, or more correctly slaves, as a repair man tending the Machine, although he has no true concept of what the Machine may be or why it even exists. All he knows is the Machine with its ever present thrumming noise reminiscent of a heartbeat. Beyond the machine, out in the blazing sun is only desert stretching to the horizon and beyond. Blue 7 is one amongst many but someone has noticed him, singled him out, but for what purpose he doesn't know. When he eventually finds out, 7 is faced with something more terrible than he could ever have imagined. My opinion: Though I'm quite happy reading urban fantasy which combines fantastical ... Read the complete review
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