A Strange Machine

A Strange Machine ACE for ISBN ISBN She s dead Samantha her wavy caramel colored hair her little Bambi eyes her angel face dead I killed her Sure I didn t crush her skull and bash her brai

  • Title: A Strange Machine
  • Author: Dan Rix
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Paperback
  • ACE for ISBN 1942662009 ISBN13 9781942662006She s dead Samantha, her wavy caramel colored hair, her little Bambi eyes, her angel face dead I killed her Sure, I didn t crush her skull and bash her brains in The telephone pole did that The drugs did that The other car s high beams did that But I killed her She had just said I love you She said she missed me SheACE for ISBN 1942662009 ISBN13 9781942662006She s dead Samantha, her wavy caramel colored hair, her little Bambi eyes, her angel face dead I killed her Sure, I didn t crush her skull and bash her brains in The telephone pole did that The drugs did that The other car s high beams did that But I killed her She had just said I love you She said she missed me She was coming to spend the night She was high She asked for a ride I was lazy But what if there was a way to save her What if there was a way to send back a warning What if there was a way to undo it all The crash Us Falling in love All the way back to the beginning What if there was a machine

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    1. I flew through this book. I was intrigued by the premise of quantum looping and was "looped" in right from the beginning when the key developer of the system was pushed into the computer server tower. Who did it? I still don't know, here at the end of the book, but I now have more important questions. What happens on the senior trip???? Our three main protagonists are Cory Holland; the super-genius, super-hot, It Boy that has it SO easy, Iris Strasser; the nerdy girl that has been invisible all [...]

    2. About TimeI received this book for free and have read many time-machine tales in the past, but this is the first time in years I have enjoyed a book so much I had to write a review. Absolutely first class tale without all the 'glitches' often associated with free books. I take my hat off to Dan Rix for a tale well told!

    3. Can’t wait for book 2Looking to read the second book of the series. Dan Rix has some really good books out there to read.

    4. A Strange Machine starts off with the mysterious disappearance of Franklin Thomas, who walks into the prototype Chronos Quantum Computer and never comes out again. Edgar Faye, the head of the project, closes down the jinxed project and donates the computer to his alma mater - Lakeside Upper. Cory Holland, computer whizz, spoiled rich brat, and all-round annoying jerk, (sounds rather like Tony Stark's playboy, philanthropist, billionaire?) then gets his hands on it after breaking into the school [...]

    5. Wonderful Read! Once again the only let down from Dan Rix was leaving me hanging. LOL He has a way of leaving me wanting more. A Strange Machine was brilliantly written. The characters are so well defined that they pull you into a situation that you know can't exist and each character does their part in explaining how this machine works, then they show you just how much they can do with it and suddenly you understand and see all of the possibilities that could be in our technology. You will abso [...]

    6. So again, thanks for the free book offer bookbub, for once a free book was actually FAB n made me get this one too. This could be a 5 because I am buying the sequel when it comes out. I read this after reading his symmetry book and I think I enjoyed it even more. So thank you dan (whoever you are) n in your opening page you write "sign up to my email list now at the start because once you read the book you will probably forget all about it so sign up now". Dan you sell yourself short I don't thi [...]

    7. In compliance with FTC guidelines, , i must disclose that i received the book for free through Giveaways I've only read the first couple of pages can't wait till i can read the full book seems great will give a full review once i have finished reading

    8. I was pleasantly surprised with this book. I'm not into this genre but once I got past the first few chapters I couldn't put it down!

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