Killing Adam by Earik Beann (Book Review #519)

Killing Adam is a science fiction story set in a world where everything is controlled via ARC’s. Altered reality chips have been implanted into people’s brains using them for long hours of labor getting them to do anything they want. Only when the chips have been turned off can the person actually have control over their own basic needs, such as eating food.

There is one glitch to all of this. Jimmy’s brain, the protagonist cannot accept the chip since he is ARC incompatible. A childhood injury playing football has been a blissful accident for him. As he joins a few more like him, he has to try and save his wife and everyone else from this misery.


The concept of the story being a fully dominated science fiction story came to be very novel in its approach. What did lie underneath the subtext of the literature happened to be intriguing and thrilling.


The added humor was delicately inserted within the literature, making it a delicious story to read. The message taken from this book is that we can always rise above the circumstances the world puts us in.


There were parts of the book where science fiction fans may have considered them as loopholes, however, all together, I believe the author is one to look out for.


I recommend this book.


Written by Jeyran Main


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