Teleport

Teleport In The Patrons control everything and everyone Maddie McLeod is a Creative tasked by her Patron to develop a teleportation device With help from her brilliant daughter Cassie she must succeed

  • Title: Teleport
  • Author: Kevin Berry
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In 2065, The Patrons control everything and everyone Maddie McLeod is a Creative, tasked by her Patron to develop a teleportation device With help from her brilliant daughter, Cassie, she must succeed before Cassie s 18th birthday when Maddie s Patron will decide on Cassie s future or if she even has one.But with Cassie s behaviour unravelling, Maddie s experiments failiIn 2065, The Patrons control everything and everyone Maddie McLeod is a Creative, tasked by her Patron to develop a teleportation device With help from her brilliant daughter, Cassie, she must succeed before Cassie s 18th birthday when Maddie s Patron will decide on Cassie s future or if she even has one.But with Cassie s behaviour unravelling, Maddie s experiments failing, and The Patron becoming and threatening, things look hopeless Desperation drives Maddie to make an ally of a mysterious character known as the Blacksmith, a dangerous figure from society s downtrodden Underclass As Maddie faces the most difficult situation of her life, the Blacksmith helps her see the world as it really is, but will Maddie also see a way to make the teleporter work

    • [AZW] ☆ Teleport | by ☆ Kevin Berry
      Kevin Berry

    About Author

    1. I ve always written stories I started out as a kid creating monster stories with a 5 typewriter from the early 1900 s Now I write novels speculative fiction SpecFic or contemporary fiction according to whatever ideas occur to me I live in Christchurch, New Zealand, about as far away from anywhere as it is possible to be Earthquakes devastated the city in 2010 and 2011 They appear in my books I ve got a degree that I ve never used and two diplomas, one in Hypnotherapy and the other in a subject I don t mention to anyone, as it was so long ago I read widely particularly SpecFic, YA, contemporary and non fiction My favourite author is Connie Willis, but I mostly read indie authors nowadays I also enjoy copy editing and proofreading other authors manuscripts.

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    1. Teleport by Kevin Berry is a Kindle Scout book I won It is a fun read and the science was pretty fun He does refer to things in the future that is here now that certainly won t be there then, but who knows It is worth the read just for the fun of it.


    2. I wish this bland book would ve had a different title before I dove in Something appropriate Like Telebore Yeah that d be a whole lot better Anyway, it took a little over three months to finish this and it s all because the damn thing was is crazy boring Starting and stopping just came with the territory For real, though, I quite like that title of Telebore instead of Teleport You should, too So if anyone s currently hiring for some proper novel naming, come see me I m available and ready to di [...]


    3. I received a free ecopy from the Kindle Scout program in exchange for an honest review.In a future world, all of the people of the world have been divided in one of four castes The Patrons rule their territories with absolute authority The Admins and the Creatives are the next group The Admins run the territories for the Patron while the Creatives are the scientists The Supported is the next level They are basically the few blue collar workers left since most menial jobs are done by robots Final [...]


    4. Is advancement really the best idea From the very first chapter till the end I was enraptured and the ending left me hungry for the next book.The characters are relatable and have unique personalities and even the few I disliked were written in such a way that they were not supposed to be loved The only thing I felt was a bit odd was when the author brought in romantic interests They felt a bit forced in my opinion and weren t really necessary to the story maybe they will be if there is another [...]


    5. I received this book for free from Kindle Scout in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.I ve never actually read a book based solely on making a teleportation device as the main plot, so this was a ride inside a new experience But there are huge loads of information that I personally felt were information dumps, and it went all over my head every time a character explained what was going on to another character Nearly half the book [...]


    6. The beginning of this book was a bit tedious and I wasn t certain I d like it As I read further, it became exciting, although some of the events that happened were obvious at least to me It does have some good twists, as well, however My biggest complaint is that the tense isn t consistent From time to time, it switches from past tense to present In all, it was entertaining.I received a copy of this book through the Kindle Scout program.


    7. I m not a fan of over the top sci fi I like my sci fi to be set in an environment that I can imagine on the fly and not have to slow down or stop reading to figure out This book definitely fills that order.The characters are likable and the science is reasonably believable, so I enjoyed this book I wouldn t call it particularly memorable, but certainly entertaining.


    8. Interesting theoryIt had a pretty good storyline, and it was pretty interesting I didn t approve of some relationship ideas provided in this book.


    9. Sci Fi isn t normally the genre I choose to read, but this one had enough thriller in it to keep me reading Error free text and an interesting story Worth a read.




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