View Earik Beann’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. Earik has 3 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn. About Earik Beann. Entrepreneur & Author. I’m a California-based, yoga- practicing, didgeridoo-playing, Doberman wrestler. I also write science fiction ( and other. Earik Beann, Santa Rosa, California. 30 likes · 2 talking about this. Earik is a writer living in Sonoma County. He is the author of Killing Adam and.

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With enough people we will have the ability to really discuss ALL types of books – regardless of genre or age groups. This isn’t a story that I feel will stay with me, but it was a fun, worthwhile read. Indeed, some of the technology, like the connected fridges and the self-driven cars are already here.

On the other hand I loved Trixie. For example, at one point she makes an implied move on James Mahoney and then at the end of the book with her only showing up a few times in between she seems like it was only a momentary feeling and that she is over it, leaving me feeling like I missed something.

All of humanity is plugged in via a chip in their head. Authors can make their own thread in the Author’s folder to find reviewers for their book. Beeann couldn’t make up my mind.

Author threads more than a month old will be deleted in order to keep the folder organised and up to date. I liked the way that the author did not explain much at all, but let the picture of his created world gradually become clear, by what was happening to Jimmy, and going through his mind. Eadik being said, I enjoyed this book a lot, and I really liked the overall story.


Self-published or published by an Indie publisher? Do you find As science fiction, we expect that the stories we read emphasize future technology that is not yet realized; Concepts that will make our lives better, easier, bean more enriched.

I want to se Thank you Netgalley for providing me with an e-arc in exchange for an honest review. Trading with Wave59 Volume 1: I loved everything about it. Creative Reviews — members — last activity Dec 28, sarik Managing three mechanical trading systems and conducting late-night strategy sessions with his fellow traders was the perfect environment for him to develop his first trading tools.

But above all that, my original love has always been writing and telling stories…. Published on November 26, Waiting on an editor.

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Cancel Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Tubbs Fire burned 5, structures and killed 22 people in Sonoma County. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Some proclaim it a Golden Age of humanity. The concept of the story being a fully dominated science fiction story came to be very novel in its approach.

I read through Killing Adam at least 10 times In the meanwhile check out my other book reviews at www. Another issue I had with the plot is that it didn’t give any clear idea on how exactly the altered reality was – I did appreciate the fact that the story revolved around the world outside the altered reality, i. Earik Beann Average rating: Thank you Netgalley for providing me with an e-arc in exchange for an honest review.


I’d recommend it to readers who want to explore a light science-fiction story on altered reality.

The world runs on ARCs. The Fibonacci Vortex Handbook really liked it 4. Imagine if you could have the internet running inside your head all the time.

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Discover new books on Goodreads. Others have begun to see the cracks. Dec 07, Shelf Awareness rated it liked it Shelves: The Beann Wire Announcements, promos, thoughts, and more.

Yes, this structure isn’t new; it’s always up to what an author does with the theme. This is such a sad book. Pat and I covered all sorts of things, including: To view it, click here. I enjoyed reading this book mostly because of the author’s unique concept in which the focus was more on the people left int he real-world rather than focusing entirely on the alternate reality and the people living a virtual life.

Everyone lives in their own isolated little box and runs off to do work in other isolating boxes.