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    PDF Emergence Evolution Future Prometheus #1 REVIEW Õ SJMEDIA.CO Ï J.M. Erickson J.M. Erickson Ï 1 CHARACTERS Future Prometheus is definitely an interesting story and an original twist of the iconic future world premise of most Sci Fi books It's full of strong characters rich prose and entertaining spinsLet's start off the with the premise of the story Jose Melendez is a young man and soldier battling with Asperger's Syndrome A mental di

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    REVIEW Õ SJMEDIA.CO Ï J.M. Erickson J.M. Erickson Ï 1 CHARACTERS PDF Emergence Evolution Future Prometheus #1 What a great sci fi book This book consists of two novellas the first being ‘Emergence’ and the second being ‘Evolution’ This was an interesting read and I enjoyed it I am looking forward to the next book in this series This is a cliff hanger and I am impatient with wanting to know what happens next Jose Melendez is a soldi

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    REVIEW Emergence Evolution Future Prometheus #1 PDF Emergence Evolution Future Prometheus #1 REVIEW Õ SJMEDIA.CO Ï J.M. Erickson Future Prometheus by J M Erickson is a terrific science fiction work of art I could not put this book down once I started reading it It is non stop action throughout the story There are places where it will have you laughing and places that will have you contemplating the possibility of these events happening Jose Melendez finds himself in a uniue position He is one of the few men in his age group that is no

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    REVIEW Emergence Evolution Future Prometheus #1 J.M. Erickson Ï 1 CHARACTERS REVIEW Õ SJMEDIA.CO Ï J.M. Erickson “It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves” William ShakespeareSergeant Jose Melendez is not a people person

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    REVIEW Emergence Evolution Future Prometheus #1 J.M. Erickson Ï 1 CHARACTERS REVIEW Õ SJMEDIA.CO Ï J.M. Erickson What happens when a disease wipes out most adult males’ higher level emotional function? Future Prometheus by JM Erickson explores one of the few men left capable of meaningful social interaction ironically due to his position on the autistic spectrum While men are driven out and women take over civilization he is continues his experiments with stasis eventually achieving success with some longer term He is

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    REVIEW Õ SJMEDIA.CO Ï J.M. Erickson PDF Emergence Evolution Future Prometheus #1 I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review I wasn't sure what I was getting myself into with this book At first it seemed like it was going to be a bit hard to get into because of some of the flashbacks that I wasn't sure were flashbacks But I found myself getting sucked in and not wanting to stop reading the book I enjoyed this story because it was different The hero in this story is different too

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    REVIEW Emergence Evolution Future Prometheus #1 PDF Emergence Evolution Future Prometheus #1 J.M. Erickson Ï 1 CHARACTERS Personally I have never really been into stories about science fiction not really what I seek out to read However this story intrigued me with its story line and what is was about Behind the obvious reading geared towards the science fiction aspect it told a story about a guy who took it upon himself to do what was right for mankind We have these types of citizens in our military so no surprise the author made Sargent

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REVIEW Emergence Evolution Future Prometheus #1

CHARACTERS ï Emergence Evolution Future Prometheus #1 It's End of Days With his men missing in action and the target of his black op mission killed by his own men Sargent Jose Melendez reuests extraction from the jungles of Brazil Prior leaving he sees an entire city population wiped out by apparent violence by its own citizens against each other no patterns or organization just a free for all murderous rage Upon arrival at a makeshift refugee army fire base he learns that the majority of the male population has been affected by toxic steroid levels resulting in uncontrollable violent behaviors With the human species at risk of extinction his own past is the key to the future Joining forces. Awesome Indies Book Awards is pleased to include FUTURE PROMETHEUS Emergence and Evolution by JM ERICKSON in the library of Awesome Indies Badge of Approval recipients at Awesome Indies Assessment 4 starsFuture Prometheus Emergence Evolution by JM Erickson is a fascinating dystopian story about a world after a virus has sent all sexually active men on a violent rampage that ends up with most of them and a large proportion of the female and child population deadThe events in the book occur 140 years after this event and follow Melendez a soldier who along with some APs androids wishes to re establish a society based on the values of the old USA He s been in stasis in a cyrogenic tank since the disaster though he was supposed to be under for only four months A group of androids find him and bring him back They become his friends and he develops a program to bring them to sentience and eventually to sapienceHe finds himself in a matriarchal lesbian society The women keep their boy children only long enough to harvest their sperm when they reach maturity after which the women take them outside their megastate and kill them Some girls are also discarded the tomboys I expect Men are seen as an enemyThe first step is to rescue the children and Melendez and his team become a well disciplined and effective army who begin to do just thatIt s an interesting and entertaining story with a plot that moves at a good pace and introduces new characters as the story progresses so we get to know some of the women inside the megastate and get a glimpse of their lifePerhaps the most interesting aspect of the story is the development of the PA s personalities In fact the characterisation is excellent all round and some of the scenes were very moving particularly the one where Melendez gently redirects a young boy s desire to be a soldier to a role suited to his abilities The other one that made me sniffle a little was where Singh told her son that he was her motherThe tension rises in the end when PAs start to exhibit traits not in keeping with their programming Sentience creates all kinds of people and therefore it is not unrealistic to expect the same variety in PAs The suggestion is that not all of them are benevolent in their motivation This aspect I expect will be explored further in following instalments The end certainly sets up for a seuel or twoThis is a good read and the small issues with the prose can be easily be fixed should the author wish to take it up a notch It s certainly worth a read and I recommend it to those who enjoy sci fi of the post apocalyptic dystopian varietySecond Review 35 Stars Rounded to Four for GoodreadsFuture Prometheus is about Melendez a gruff brilliant man with Asperger s Syndrome who exists in a not too distant future in which a worldwide phenomenon causes most men to become testosterone fueled murderous lunatics Old men young boys and those who have no innate desire for companionshipsexuality like our main character are unaffected as are nearly all women It is really unfortunate for the male lead that he isn t affected by sexual desire because women offer him sex everywhereHe cryogenically preserves himself but in a nod to movies like The Matrix and Forever Young even mentioning the former by name Melendez spends a lot longer than expected in cryostasis and wakes up in a far distant future with a lot knowledge than he had when he went to sleep He finds himself in a world where women are in control most male children are executed when they enter puberty and near sentient robots termed APs fill out the roles of drones and servants in the megastates of this bleak futureIf the above paragraph interests you then there is a great chance that you will like Future Prometheus The book is competently put together makes a ton of references to classic literature roughly 5% of the book is uotes has a robust amount of sensuality a few comedic moments and a number of action movie like seuences The author does a very good job of writing tense military dialogue and debriefings feel like they naturally would throughout the piece There are some good lines and the overall story is very interesting if not a bit convolutedThe book does have some faults though There s a lot of dialogue and interior monologue There s a lot of personal interaction What there isn t a lot of is environmental development While we exist in this futuristic sci fi dystopia it is hard to find an anchor into the characters surroundings This lack of atmospheric description is something science fiction relies on and it is lacking hereThe main character s condition Asperger s accounts for most of the tension in the piece as he will often ruminate on the reactions of people around him and cannot pick up on social cues which drive most of the interaction for the first part of the book Unfortunately the secondary character a female involved in a polyamorous lesbian relationship has nearly identical reactions to things including sex Further they both share a deep motherly love of children which at times seems out of place for both Melendez is also identified as a devout Christian in the beginning although as the book goes on he seems to rely on classic literature than gospel to get him through his trials Religion seems to serve as an explanation for his sexual repression but little else although he does often exclaim Jesus Mary and Joseph when the situation calls for itIf this review appealed to your senses you ll find Future Prometheus worth your time It should also be noted that this book is the first two parts in a series and there will probably be many adventures for Melendez and his dare I say friendsI give this book 355 stars rounded up to 4 for Its OK Not to Share and Other Renegade Rules for Raising Competent and Compassionate Kids jungles of Brazil Prior leaving he sees an entire city population wiped out by apparent violence by its own citizens against each other no patterns or organization Silver Borne just a free for all murderous rage Upon arrival at a makeshift refugee army fire base he learns that the majority of the male population has been affected by toxic steroid levels resulting in uncontrollable violent behaviors With the human species at risk of extinction his own past is the key to the future Joining forces. Awesome Indies Book Awards is pleased to include FUTURE PROMETHEUS Emergence and Evolution by JM ERICKSON in the library of Awesome Indies Badge of Approval recipients at Awesome Indies Assessment 4 starsFuture Prometheus Emergence Evolution by JM Erickson is a fascinating dystopian story about a world after a virus has sent all sexually active men on a violent rampage that ends up with most of them and a large proportion of the female and child population deadThe events in the book occur 140 years after this event and follow Melendez a soldier who along with some APs androids wishes to re establish a society based on the values of the old USA He s been in stasis in a cyrogenic tank since the disaster though he was supposed to be under for only four months A group of androids find him and bring him back They become his friends and he develops a program to bring them to sentience and eventually to sapienceHe finds himself in a matriarchal lesbian society The women keep their boy children only long enough to harvest their sperm when they reach maturity after which the women take them outside their megastate and kill them Some girls are also discarded the tomboys I expect Men are seen as an enemyThe first step is to rescue the children and Melendez and his team become a well disciplined and effective army who begin to do Guilt just thatIt s an interesting and entertaining story with a plot that moves at a good pace and introduces new characters as the story progresses so we get to know some of the women inside the megastate and get a glimpse of their lifePerhaps the most interesting aspect of the story is the development of the PA s personalities In fact the characterisation is excellent all round and some of the scenes were very moving particularly the one where Melendez gently redirects a young boy s desire to be a soldier to a role suited to his abilities The other one that made me sniffle a little was where Singh told her son that he was her motherThe tension rises in the end when PAs start to exhibit traits not in keeping with their programming Sentience creates all kinds of people and therefore it is not unrealistic to expect the same variety in PAs The suggestion is that not all of them are benevolent in their motivation This aspect I expect will be explored further in following instalments The end certainly sets up for a seuel or twoThis is a good read and the small issues with the prose can be easily be fixed should the author wish to take it up a notch It s certainly worth a read and I recommend it to those who enjoy sci fi of the post apocalyptic dystopian varietySecond Review 35 Stars Rounded to Four for GoodreadsFuture Prometheus is about Melendez a gruff brilliant man with Asperger s Syndrome who exists in a not too distant future in which a worldwide phenomenon causes most men to become testosterone fueled murderous lunatics Old men young boys and those who have no innate desire for companionshipsexuality like our main character are unaffected as are nearly all women It is really unfortunate for the male lead that he isn t affected by sexual desire because women offer him sex everywhereHe cryogenically preserves himself but in a nod to movies like The Matrix and Forever Young even mentioning the former by name Melendez spends a lot longer than expected in cryostasis and wakes up in a far distant future with a lot knowledge than he had when he went to sleep He finds himself in a world where women are in control most male children are executed when they enter puberty and near sentient robots termed APs fill out the roles of drones and servants in the megastates of this bleak futureIf the above paragraph interests you then there is a great chance that you will like Future Prometheus The book is competently put together makes a ton of references to classic literature roughly 5% of the book is uotes has a robust amount of sensuality a few comedic moments and a number of action movie like seuences The author does a very good A Kite for Moon job of writing tense military dialogue and debriefings feel like they naturally would throughout the piece There are some good lines and the overall story is very interesting if not a bit convolutedThe book does have some faults though There s a lot of dialogue and interior monologue There s a lot of personal interaction What there isn t a lot of is environmental development While we exist in this futuristic sci fi dystopia it is hard to find an anchor into the characters surroundings This lack of atmospheric description is something science fiction relies on and it is lacking hereThe main character s condition Asperger s accounts for most of the tension in the piece as he will often ruminate on the reactions of people around him and cannot pick up on social cues which drive most of the interaction for the first part of the book Unfortunately the secondary character a female involved in a polyamorous lesbian relationship has nearly identical reactions to things including sex Further they both share a deep motherly love of children which at times seems out of place for both Melendez is also identified as a devout Christian in the beginning although as the book goes on he seems to rely on classic literature than gospel to get him through his trials Religion seems to serve as an explanation for his sexual repression but little else although he does often exclaim Jesus Mary and Joseph when the situation calls for itIf this review appealed to your senses you ll find Future Prometheus worth your time It should also be noted that this book is the first two parts in a series and there will probably be many adventures for Melendez and his dare I say friendsI give this book 355 stars rounded up to 4 for

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CHARACTERS ï Emergence Evolution Future Prometheus #1 With Dr Marcella Del Cruz an experiment in long term cryogenic sleep is in the final stages of testing However a several month cryogenic sleeps goes terribly wrong leaving Melendez frozen in stasis on Ross Island Antarctica for than 160 years He awakens to a future where there are walled mega states run by a militant matriarchies with cybernetic life forms artificial persons AP's providing services to keep their civilization flourishing While human horrors such as war poverty and disease of the Pre Fall days are a thing of the past there are other secrets just below the surface of this utopia Wondering if he should return to stasis for th. It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves William ShakespeareSergeant Jose Melendez is not a people person His mild form of Asperbergers leaves him without the ability to read people or social situations The result is a brilliant lonerIn his brilliance and his desire to be a recluse he begins to play around with cryogenics It s his last deep freeze when the world goes bad and he s basically forgottenFast forward one hundred fifty years Roused from his sleep Jose awakens to a world far different from anything he s seen before Packs of diseased men have caused females to take over The world s population dwindles with few males left alive and those who are remain untrusted Most males are cast out before puberty left to fend for themselves Jose s way of life is gone and he doesn t understand this new world or the logic behind it With the help of a few cybertronic friends can he make a difference in this strange new worldThere are a lot of good ualities about this book and only one thing left me with a bad taste in my mouth The endingit s not even a cliffhanger it just stops Literally I sat trying to turn the page on my e reader about five times before I realized it s the last page Smh The Best Nest just below the surface of this utopia Wondering if he should return to stasis for th. It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves William ShakespeareSergeant Jose Melendez is not a people person His mild form of Asperbergers leaves him without the ability to read people or social situations The result is a brilliant lonerIn his brilliance and his desire to be a recluse he begins to play around with cryogenics It s his last deep freeze when the world goes bad and he s basically forgottenFast forward one hundred fifty years Roused from his sleep Jose awakens to a world far different from anything he s seen before Packs of diseased men have caused females to take over The world s population dwindles with few males left alive and those who are remain untrusted Most males are cast out before puberty left to fend for themselves Jose s way of life is gone and he doesn t understand this new world or the logic behind it With the help of a few cybertronic friends can he make a difference in this strange new worldThere are a lot of good ualities about this book and only one thing left me with a bad taste in my mouth The endingit s not even a cliffhanger it The Nightingale just stops Literally I sat trying to turn the page on my e reader about five times before I realized it s the last page Smh

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CHARACTERS ï Emergence Evolution Future Prometheus #1 E hope of a better future or death Melendez finds that his duty as a soldier reuires he takes action With the help of his cybernetic rescuers he formulates a plan that will not only change the course of future but will force humans to evolve and a new artificial sapience to emerge Who's left Second Lieutenant Jose Melendez USMC awaits extraction from the jungles of Brazil as the world's male population succumbs to toxic steroid levels that drives them to kill everything in their sight Dr Marcella Del Cruz Chief Scientist USAF leads a classified mission on Ross Island Antarctica that holds the key to humanity's future Major Mara Singh NCSF. Personally I have never really been into stories about science fiction not really what I seek out to read However this story intrigued me with its story line and what is was about Behind the obvious reading geared towards the science fiction aspect it told a story about a guy who took it upon himself to do what was right for mankind We have these types of citizens in our military so no surprise the author made Sargent Jose Melendez a soldier from the US Marine Corp If this was to ever really happen in our world I do envision a group of people who will do what they can to preserve mankind that part of science fiction I do believe The story also makes you think about how short our time here on earth really is and how in a split second it could all end without you even knowing it Would be nice to be able to freeze ourselves and see how hundreds of years down the line earth has changed Overall a very interesting read that kept my attention from beginning to end and really makes me want to continue to read the rest of the series God Bless You Mr Rosewater or Pearls before Swine jungles of Brazil as the world's male population succumbs to toxic steroid levels that drives them to kill everything in their sight Dr Marcella Del Cruz Chief Scientist USAF leads a classified mission on Ross Island Antarctica that holds the key to humanity's future Major Mara Singh NCSF. Personally I have never really been into stories about science fiction not really what I seek out to read However this story intrigued me with its story line and what is was about Behind the obvious reading geared towards the science fiction aspect it told a story about a guy who took it upon himself to do what was right for mankind We have these types of citizens in our military so no surprise the author made Sargent Jose Melendez a soldier from the US Marine Corp If this was to ever really happen in our world I do envision a group of people who will do what they can to preserve mankind that part of science fiction I do believe The story also makes you think about how short our time here on earth really is and how in a split second it could all end without you even knowing it Would be nice to be able to freeze ourselves and see how hundreds of years down the line earth has changed Overall a very interesting read that kept my attention from beginning to end and really makes me want to continue to read the rest of the series

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  • Emergence Evolution Future Prometheus #1
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  • 23 January 2018
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