Overall rating and opinion of "World, Incorporated" by Tom Gariffo

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Re: Overall rating and opinion of "World, Incorporated" by Tom Gariffo

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I loved this story I would very much want to recommend world incorporated to action sifi lovers. The sample read caught my attention and I am not a very big Action sifi reader so I was a little surprised that I liked this story I think the author did a great job in attracting the interests of someone that doesn't even like sifi stories.
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I like all the elements of this book. Looks like one I would enjoy.
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I adored this book! The action scenes were exciting, and I loved how it was set in the future. I appreciated the way the author described the cities as his ideas were original and interesting. I found some errors in the book, but they did not affect the story all that much. I would absolutely recommend this to those who enjoy action and sci-fi books. I would rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.
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Maybe this book just wasn't for me, but it's good to see that so many others enjoyed it!
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I tend to lean more toward utopian novels than dystopian ones, but this book and its reviews really catch my eye. I love when books predict the future based on what is happening now, especially politically and socially, rather than contouring up a supernatural event. While possible, it is hard to draw parallels with the present. I am excited to read this!
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This book seems so interesting! For someone who loves thrillers, settings set in the future, and an intense plot, this is a great book!
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I really enjoyed this book a while ago. The beginning was an incredible start and really drew me into the story. I found it interesting throughout and the main characters were pretty well developed, although Silver's character was the most complex. It was interesting to see his change from a heartless killer to being more human. I believe this occurred because he started to see the world through the eyes of the girl he rescued and bought back to his ship.
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