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!

An over the top performer guarding his companion’s right to life.
A genius programmer striving to retrieve her property.
An ex-mercenary sick of the abuse that she and her girlfriend receive.
A teenage girl desperately seeking to understand her past.
An old man intent on living by his own terms.

Five professional card players. Five reasons to fight. One thing in common: Their lives will be touched by the existence of the AI known as Carnival.

 

The Spark Form Chronicles combines card gaming with the excitement of professional wrestling, and tells a complex story that asks a simple question: Can an AI every truly be alive? Dive into Matt Doyle’s epic science fiction series to find out the answer.

 

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.
Engellmann.com

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.
FiddlerBlue.Wordpress.com

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

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16 comments

  1. 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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