WICK (The Spark Form Chronicles Book 1)

cover mock 1 v5Released via MDM Projects
Genre: Science Fiction
Release Date: 1 August 2015
Currently available on kindle and paperback.
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Book one of The Spark Form Chronicles series!

How do you define a life?

With overblown visuals, stunning entrances and bloody battles played out in real time by holograms, Spark Forming has become far more than a simple card game. Drawing in fans from across the Colonies, no other sporting event creates a bigger buzz than the annual two day tournament to crown a new Spark Form World Champion. Yet the scramble for the title is not the only source of conflict this year, and for some competitor’s the real battles will take place away from the TV cameras.

What defines a person’s life and dives them to keep moving forward? When a game grows to reflect a society struggling to hang on, are some lives more valid than others? Can an AI ever truly be alive?

Find out in Matt Doyle’s genre bending Slice of Life / Science Fiction series, The Spark Form Chronicles.

What the critics are saying
Wick is brilliantly written … I found this a quick and easy read and was not at all disappointed.
Boundless Book Reviews

The book has left a solid imprint on my mind. It’s not something you can forget or mix up with some other book … a solid debut novel that’s a must read for those who are interested in the digital reality, technology, and the dystopian genre.

It is definitely a fast paced book and keeps you into it throughout, from the first page to the last. And as you finish the book, you want more and more.
The Book-Loving Nerd

Engaging, Witty & Fascinating! A Brilliant Read! I Loved It!
Winter Sophia Rose

Wick is a definite must-read for readers who wants something exciting and extraordinary, with a cast of unconventional characters that will urge you to look beyond what’s standing in front of you. I love, love, love every page of this book.

Highly original, well written fusion of disparate ideas. Ties for the most creative book I’ve read this year along with Exurbia.
Belart Wright



  1. Never mind sending your city and a price. I sent my review of “Wick” to another magazine that does not require that information.


    • Ah, my apologies. I think I managed to leave a fair bit of information off on a few review requests without realising it. I need to get the paperback up and running again too.


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