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Book Review: ‘Deficiency’ by S. C. Eston

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Deficiency by S. C. Eston, December 2, 2020


How far would you go to keep your dreams alive?

Reading this book is your ticket to another world. You will be able to explore its layers, its technology and the characters who live there. From the start, you will wonder where Detel has gone, the identity of the secret leading to her downfall and whether her brother, Artenz, and his wife, Keidi, will be able to escape the forces that brought Detel to her knees. This book will draw you in. You will love the code-speak, the intricacy of the technology, the time/ date markers and the characters. The pace is fast with moments of reflection. Even the antagonists are complex, with motivations of their own. The author does not disappoint, taking each character through his or her own story arc. This book has all the sci-fi extras: a character guide, a glossary, a map, intricate technologies and relics of dystopia. You will enjoy this book!

Deficiency will be available December 2, 2020 and is available for pre-order! Just click here! I am a lucky reader of an advance copy. If you enjoy this book, you will also like S. C. Eston’s other books: The Conclave and The Burden of the Protector.


All my best,

stay safe,

Jane Tims

Written by jane tims

November 29, 2020 at 8:03 pm

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