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All Hail The New Flesh

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Hello everyone and welcome to this week's edition of What I Am Reading. Today I am reviewing All Hail The New Flesh by Dagda Publishing. This collection of short stories by various authors is thread by a commonality of a theme. 

To some degree, we all have doubts as to how beneficial all of our technological 'advances' are to society. We accept that, with these exponential changes, we must endure the bad while we benefit from the good. Surely, you know someone who has had their identity stolen, their email hacked, or perhaps something a little more unusual like having a faulty air bag deploy in their face before an accident occurred?

But, what if things got worse?

To give you a few ideas of some of the science fiction/horror stories you will find within the pages of this enthralling collection of shorts, I will give you a brief glimpse into All Hail The New Flesh. Imagine your mobile device speaks to you in the voice of your recently demised best  friend. He can now help you in all aspects of your life-you must only decide if you prefer the long or the short route.

Be witness to the next level in entertainment where you can now view the thoughts and dreams of others. Or perhaps if we had the ability to bring our beloved child back from the dead into a new body, then we could be happy again. Maybe we will be able to build a better soldier with the aid of a robotic eye. In the near future, medical science will make advances in spinal chord reconstruction, allowing paraplegics the ability to walk again. Pharmaceutical companies may inadvertently invent the next plague. These are just a few of of the topics covered. Many other twisted tales abound.

The reader is sure to enjoy this collection of near future dark tales. And, to save the best for last, our very own Eric Robert Nolan is author to the finale-At the End of the World, My Daughter Wept Metal. For those of you that follow my blog, you will recognize this author's name from my review of The Dogs Don't Bark In Brooklyn Any More.

So, what are you waiting for? Pick up your copy of All Hail The New Flesh today and let your paranoia of technology have fuel for the fire.

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Comment by 4-LAN on May 13, 2014 at 8:46am

4-LAN, a customer just told us your review was helpful to them while shopping on Amazon. The Dogs Don't Bark In Brooklyn Any... The Dogs Don't Bark In Brooklyn Any... 5.0 out of 5 stars What I Am Reading March 27, 2014

Comment by 4-LAN on May 6, 2014 at 7:30pm

Great to hear from you Rick :-) Sounds like you might have fuel to write your own technology horror story!

Glad you enjoyed the review and hope you get a chance to check out the book.

Comment by Rick Holland on May 6, 2014 at 3:15pm

Great Review. I am looking forward to imbibing in these nightmares -- though I think the nightmares that technology has already brought us are formidable enough: War technology that allows men to end lives without even seeing the humans they are killing, social media that encourages a great quantity of friends instead of deep relationships, a totally consumerist society... It goes on, but I will spare you my hot wind. There really is only one thing to say and that is:



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Comment by 4-LAN on May 6, 2014 at 8:43am

Nate, thank you for stopping by :-) I am glad you enjoyed the review!

Thimblerig's Ark is next :-)

Comment by Nate Fleming on May 5, 2014 at 10:05pm

Sounds like an interesting read!  Like an updated "Twilight Zone" novelization.  I love these sorts of stories that take everyday life and throw you a curveball that is just barely not likely to happen.  Nice review!

Comment by 4-LAN on May 5, 2014 at 9:31am

Elizabeth, John and Alan-thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment :-) Spread the word if you could, plz. I would like to see this week's edition get the most number of hits yet.

Thanks everybody!

Comment by Alan Sickler on May 5, 2014 at 6:18am

I'm certainly someone who embraces technology (avidly usually), but there are things that completely creep me out. Having my phone speak to me is one of them - having it sound like a dead loved one would be even more extreme.

Sounds like an intriguing collection - thanks for the review!

Comment by John Kremer on May 4, 2014 at 10:48pm

Wow, 74 views already. And an intriguing book. As usual, thanks for the reviews.

Comment by Elizabeth Foshee on May 4, 2014 at 10:03pm

I love short story collections. Especially short horror or science fiction story collections :D

Comment by Martin Murphy on May 4, 2014 at 8:18am

No problem, always enjoy reading the reviews. 

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