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Lifeís Lottery
Kim Newman
Titan Books, 2014
ISBN: 9781781165560
Mass Market Paperback
605 Pages
Adult Role-Playing Novel



Lifeís Lottery asks you to make choices, to take part in the great lottery that is this life. But not is all it seems. This is a story about a man who always makes the wrong choice except, maybe, just one time. And for now, you are that man.

Can you stay the course as you make choice after choice only to die or get murdered or end up living a dismal, sometimes horrifying existence? How many times will you go back to the beginning and try a different selection of choices in order to escape the darkness that seems to follow you like itís a real thing? And when you become familiar with the various incarnations of characters do you begin to sense there is something very wrong with this disturbing story?

Do you wish to give up? Have you thought about throwing the book in the corner? I bet you have. But you canít, can you? Lifeís lottery had its hooks into you the very first time you came to an unhappy ending and faced the choice: Do I have the courage to go on, or is it time to quit?

Quit? Never. To let Kim Newman beat you to the ground, laughing all the while, is something you just wonít accept. And the shadowy narrator?† He might always be there, but that doesn't mean you have to run and try to hide.

So, rise to the challenge this articulate, intriguing and quite brilliant author has set for you. You might just winÖLifeís Lottery.



Copyright © 2014 Clayton Clifford Bye



Title: The Kidney Sellers: A Journey of Discovery in Iran
Author: Sigrid Fry-Revere
Publisher: Carolina Academic Press
Month and day of publication: March 1, 2014
13-digit ISBN: 978-1-61163-512-6
Price: $35.00
Format: Jacketed Hardback
Number of pages in the finished book: 254

I was asked to review The Kidney Sellers: A Journey of Discovery in Iran some time ago.

The review has been longer in coming, because I decided to read the book in its entirety, even though I didn't have a clue how I was going to accomplish the review.

I am a reader, writer, publisher and reviewer, and I must say The Kidney Sellers: A Journey of Discovery in Iran is the first book of its kind I have ever come across. The story of a woman who is convinced she has found the solution to the American kidney donation crisis--in Iran of all places--is something like a fairy tale at first, as the author, Sigrid Fry-Revere and her trusty Doctor translator weaves her way through the Iranian cityscapes, seeking interviews with donors, recipients and doctors alike. Her first discovery? There is a waiting list for donors rather than recipients. That's right, rather than having dozens of people dying per day (as in America) from the lack of suitable kidneys for donation, Iran has a reserve list of donors anxious to give the gift of life--a new kidney for those who do not have one.

How can this be? Well, following a long circuitous travel itinerary, Fry-Revere finds that strict donor investigation ensures good quality candidates. Next she comes to understand that a combination of government assistance and recipient donation, pays the donor a small fortune for his or her kidney. Treatment is also offered to the donor after the donation has been made, in some cases, life-time medical insurance also being provided. It all depends on which city you live in.

Much is made of the cultural differences and thus approaches to the problem of organ donation in both the U.S. and Iran, resulting in some very interesting reading.

But as I finish and my head spins, trying to take in all the data I have been presented with, the best thing I can do and say is the following...

The Kidney Sellers: A Journey of Discovery in Iran by Sigrid Fry-Revere is a must read for anyone with a conscience. Second, the presentation of her work is interesting enough for me to say it is worthy of five stars! Third, I give it my personal stamp of approval...

This book needs to be read by Americans. It really does.



Copyright © 2014 Clayton Clifford Bye



Take Back Tomorrow

Richard Levesque

Format: Kindle Edition

2012

File Size: 3729 KB

Print Length: 318 pages

Science Fiction/Time Travel

Eddie Royce is a wannabe science fiction writer who, by stealing the storyline of such greats as Shakespeare, is on the brink of making it. Then a bizarre visit from his favourite author, Chester Blackwood, gives him the power to live his stories rather than writing them. It's 1939, Asimov and Heinlein have barely begun their†careers, Hollywood is run by gangsters and Eddie Royce can now travel in time. He can actually steal stories before they've ever been written, rather than copying those of the past. He can become a player.

Except there's this girl and these bad guys and he's limited to just a few visits to the future (or the past). Does he help her or does he help himself?

Take Back Tomorrow is one of those stories that lifts you up and transports you to another place and time. It's science fiction the way it was written in the 1950's when that kind of writing was hitting mainstream. Yet the tale takes us back even furtheróto a time when the art form could be found in just a handful of pulp fiction magazines.

And let me tell you this guy Levesque can write. There is non-stop action, the plot is a beautiful thing to see, as it sweeps in and about the characters until it comes full circle and leaves us satisfied but melancholy. Satisfied because this is a very good read; melancholy because one knows he will not read another book like this. That age of science fiction is gone. Some say this is a good thing. I, who cut my teeth on space operas and the grand speculations of the 50's, say not.

I give this one 5 stars and a personal recommendation.

Copyright © 2014 Clayton Clifford Bye

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