R M Cullen
MD MSc MFM BA DipStats DipProfEthics
|elite athlete development||diabetes||economics||evolution|
|Pro-Pare™||diabetes reversal||midinomics||chance or design?|
|tamaki sports academy||diabetes blog||genome topology|
|some thoughts||some opinions|
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Citizen Sandy is available for purchase online from Amazon sites, including , bookdepository.com, with free delivery worldwide, and as an ebook from Smashword and any number of ebook retailers, if you really want to pay for it. You can even buy it from this page for $NZ19.99 including postage and packing if you live in New Zealand or Australia. Or you can read it free from the pages linked to this one.
I wrote this book for my favourite reader, me. As my not particularly impressed manuscript reviewer pointed out, there is no bad guy, and Jane, the principal female character does not have a big role. When it came time for the edit, that manuscript reviewer bloke didn't return my email - so there are doubtless many clumsy bits as a result. No matter, I like the finished product.
Citizen Sandy is near-future fiction. In a tense world, President Trump having challenged China and lost an aircraft carrier, the existence of both intelligent human-other-primate hybrids and self aware artificial intelligence is revealed by a large military contractor. Sandy and his mates are some of these genetic creations preparing for war against Alphas, or ordinary humans.
I have had some feedback related to my portrayal of NZ, New Ziland in the book, a small Pacific nation where Don Key, the prime minister, is known for pulling pony tails. Suffice it to say that there are doubtless two sides to NZ, and I have protrayed one of them.
At the end of Citizen Sandy World War III begins. The story of the war is not Sandy's story. This link takes you to a chapter cut from the book which deals with the outbreak of hostilities