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Reviewers wanted

Stewart Hotston – A Family War FINAL AllText copy for blogOur first novel is out. A Family War is a sci fi novel featuring a globe trotting heroine determined to stop a world war unfolding.

We’ve had a really strong launch – as good as we could have hoped for – now the long walk of finding the audience begins and to that end we’re looking for reviewers.

Reviewers will be asked to post reviews to Amazon and Goodreads – they need to be honest – if you love it that’s great. If you don’t, well say that too – say why.

If you’re interested let us know on contact@alternative-realities.co.uk

kind regards,

The AR Team

Helena is one of the Oligarchs, genetically-enhanced, centuries old families who rule the world. As a new world war begins, she is ordered to find a boy who could save the human race from genocide. Yet all is not as it seems; Helena finds enemies on all sides, intent on bringing about the war with all its horrific consequences. To make matters worse, Helena’s own integral AI challenges both her motives and her identity. Yet she has no choice but to accept its treacherous aid if she is to have any hope of surviving those who want her dead.



2 thoughts on “Reviewers wanted

  1. Reblogged this on Shaven Wookiee.

    Posted by shavenwookiee | May 25, 2016, 3:58 am
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