By Ste Sharp
Earth’s greatest warriors fight to survive in a land where evolution is rapid, enhancing them with bizarre adaptations. John Greene, a WW1 machine gunner, struggles with his physical changes as he battles to return to his son,
Tuesday, 7 May 2019
Review, review, review
Team Darwin, there has been a good deal of reviewing going on recently!
Thank you for your reviews of Darwin’s Soldiers. Truck-loads of 5-stars have been popping up everywhere, so it sounds like you guys have been enjoying reading John’s adventures! Whether it be on Good Reads, or Euryleia’s favourite website, they have been insightful and sure to entice more readers into The Origin Trilogy. Cheers!
In the meantime, I have been reviewing the first draft of the sequel, Survival Machines, which I’m hoping will turn out to be another corker. A bit darker this time. No, Panzicosta isn’t John’s father and Crossley isn’t actually a ghost, but there are a few twists and turns along the way as they discover more about how they ended up in their predicament.
If you want to get your hands on a copy, just check out the link below and pre-order!
Apparently it wasn’t only Shakespeare who made up crazy new words, Mr. DNA (Douglas Adams) created a few too. Enjoy!
Duntish (adj.): Mentally incapacitated by a severe hangover.
Gilling (n.): The warm tingling you get in your feet when having a really good widdle.
Noak Hoak (n.): A driver who indicated left and turns right.
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