Book Review: “Zero” by J.S. Collyer

Another review in for ‘Zero’ and it’s another stonker 😀 Go and see what M C Dulac has to say and, whilst you’re there, be sure and check out her Flash Fiction. It is some of the best I’ve read!

M. C. Dulac

Zero cover

It takes a lot to stop someone in their tracks on the blogosphere, but that’s what happened to me when I came across J.S. Collyer’s creative writing blog “The Path” last year. Her short and flash fiction pieces jumped out to be read. In each piece there was a masterful control of plot, scenery and sensations, and a depth and humanity that made even the tiniest flash fiction memorable.

Then I heard that J.S’s first novel, “Zero” is being released this August by Dagda Publishing!
I put my hand up for an Advance Review Copy and settled down to read.

So is “Zero” a good story?

IT SURE IS!!!!!!!!

Kaleb Hugo is the perfect officer for the Service, an organisation that keeps order in a not so distant future. But after disobeying his superiors in a spacefight with rebels, he is demoted and becomes Captain of the ramshackle spacecraft Zero

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2 Responses to Book Review: “Zero” by J.S. Collyer

  1. D. James Fortescue says:

    All this great press is getting me even more anxious to get my hands on a copy. Oh the suspense!

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