Man O’ War by Dan Jones (Book Review #427)


Man O’ War is a science fiction thriller and focuses on Dhiraj Om. He is a jelly fisherman seeking finds that he could sell just to get his life going. The story is set in London. Once he catches a pleasure robot, he knows that he has something worth selling. The robot caught is Naomi, and its owner is not happy about his possession being taken away from him, and so Dhiraj finds himself in some kind of a pickle.

The world is high tech with all sorts of science fiction content that would really appeal to fans that enjoy that kind of a thing. I found the story to be electrifying. It had a thorough background and descriptive storyline in order to provide richness, and I believe the author’s field of work had something to do with it being so flawless. The clashing motivations also stood out to me.

I also have to comment on the cover design as I found it very appealing. The pace and concept of the story were well put together. The backbone of every science fiction story is its strategic technology roadmap and its cybernetic descriptive writing. This book succeeded in covering both.

I recommend this story to science fiction fans.

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