Life is a Beautiful Thing, BookOne

Life is a Beautiful Thing, BookOne

Life is a Beautiful Thing BookOne Hallucinatory cyberpunk Meta sci fi satire The future is futile A pollute addicted therapist named Meme battles his way through his mind and LA at the seat of his pants alongside a beautiful andr

  • Title: Life is a Beautiful Thing, BookOne
  • Author: Harmon Cooper
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Hallucinatory cyberpunk Meta sci fi satire The future is futile.2083 A pollute addicted therapist named Meme battles his way through his mind and LA at the seat of his pants alongside a beautiful android escort with a surprising secret With the Federal Corporate Government hunting him, will he make it to safety in time The hunt is on Part techno thriller, part dystopHallucinatory cyberpunk Meta sci fi satire The future is futile.2083 A pollute addicted therapist named Meme battles his way through his mind and LA at the seat of his pants alongside a beautiful android escort with a surprising secret With the Federal Corporate Government hunting him, will he make it to safety in time The hunt is on Part techno thriller, part dystopian science fiction, Life is a Beautiful Thing is a series that questions what it means to be human a collection of novels that offers a shocking glimpse into a dark future fueled by corporate deceit and high end intoxicants.

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    It's a few months out, which usually means my memory is incredibly unreliable. However - and this is a testament to how much this book struck me - I do still remember a good chunk of this book. The twin sex robots (both of whom I loved as characters). The pregnant woman who liked to body-hop. Meme, the tall black man who likes to body-hop. The ridiculous turn of events that led to the end: (view spoiler)[Meme is now permanently in the body of the pregnant woman, as his own body, which he lent to [...]

    Kindle Unlimited, This writer has serious 'issues', reviews are reader's way of saying ya need help sparky, just wait and write some more first.Life is a Beautiful Thing (4-Book Box Set)Life is a Beautiful Thing: (Book One) (Cyberpunk Sci-Fi Series) - Life is a Beautiful Thing: (Book Two) (Cyberpunk Science Fiction Series) - Life is a Beautiful Thing: (Book Three) (Cyberpunk Science Fiction Series) - Life is a Beautiful Thing: (Book Four) (Cyberpunk Science Fiction Series)The Feedback Loop: (Boo [...]

    Interesting story and have purchased and will read the next book in the series. Overall, a good read, pretty much kept me engaged and I have the attention span of a squirrel. Not sure if anyone has mentioned this but (and don't laugh, it' my attention span again) I liked the fact that the chapters were short.

    O-mazingThis book was my jam! Only downside is the series isn't completed yet. Not sure how invested I want to get.

    This could of been something great. I think what was missing was more story telling instead of “showing and telling” if that makes any sense.Not bad of a read though!

    Strangely thrilling; imaginative and depressingly fresh, Cooper introduces a freakishly diverse cast of characters in a futuristic setting that is, sadly, a feasible reality in which to devolve.This is one of the strangest books, let alone an intro to a series, that I have yet to read. Cyberpunk, depressingly sad dystopian future amid leaps in technology and drug addiction, makes for an interesting story. The first half, getting used to the narrative and the world in which the characters live, t [...]

    This book is the first of this kind that I have read. It took a bit for me to get into it but once I did I discovered a different and engaging world. Mr.Cooper calls the series Cyberpunk Science Fiction and I can see where it comes from. We start out in the end of the 21st Century with a man who loves to party hearty. So hearty that one wonders how he earns a living. And the story goes down hill from there. Well, not so much down hill as the roller coaster ride starts there. The ups and downs ar [...]

    Let me start by saying that I love a good cyberpunk book. I don't mind character caricatures, nor do I mind meta-fiction or hallucinatory passages.The book is decently well written, the tempo fast, the plot line captivating enough that I wanted to finish this book. Yet at times, I couldn't help but feel slightly annoyed with it. In certain parts the writer goes into recital mode and ends up with one or more paragraphs of what is essentially a list of things, which I personally find incredibly bo [...]

    Wow! What an absolutely cracking start to a series. What a stunning, extreme mind Harmon Cooper has. This is the first book I have read by the author, and it will not be the last.In the future, humandroid escorts, body switching, designer bars with masks to inhale drugs called pollutes named afterwell, you personally will need to find that out. I loved the names of the drugs, and especially the name of the main character - Meme. After a few minutes of reading it all comes together and the reader [...]

    Meme is a human therapist for androids. He’s also a pollution addict. These two things come together when he meets a beautiful android and falls for her, and then finds himself in the crosshairs of a corporate executive who wants him dead.Harmon Cooper’s Life is a Beautiful Thing is cyberpunk fiction at its grungy best. Part dystopian fiction, part science fiction, and part rant, it will keep you reading and scratching your head. Be warned, though, this book contains strong language and grap [...]

    A sci-fi-ish story that is a bit new and different even though the basic plot is the common mob/underworld stuff. (Yes, I know this is satire and Cooper has nailed it!) I liked Cooper's speed of moving along. The hallucinatory descriptions are very good and enhance the characters. This is a fun, silly read for someone that wants a new angle to the pulp fiction of old.I will be looking for the next book.

    Well. What can I say? Definitely cyberpunk (William Gibson meets Phillip K Dick) with a side order of Clockwork Orange sums it up. The narrative style takes a bit to get used to, as do the scenes where the protagonist is under the influence of "pollutes". The story is fine, although the ending is abrupt more like a breather before book 2.

    It's entertaining in a weird and trippy way. There's a vocabulary lesson bit, but the writing is good, and his descriptions of experience is awesome. The story starts out strange, and I had some doubts at first, but, eventually, I found the right wave length, and things resonated better.

    About halfway through I found myself trying to figure out if this was the stupidest thing i'd ever read or the most awesome. In the end I couldn't put it down so I guess that answers my question.

    got this in exchange of an honest review and it was a very interesting book to read very well written enjoyed the characters the flow of event and I hope to see more of this

    It was okay. A little short. Maybe I expected more because the Kindle book ended when it said it was only around 70% complete. The rest is a preview of book 2.

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