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

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The reviews of this book piqued my interest. Though not keen on action genre, and some readers commenting its similarity with Bourne Identity, I would love to hop in the action caravan and try this.
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I haven't read the book yet, but am putting it on my to do list and adding it to my bookshelves. I like the reviews and am looking forward to reading.
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My take from the book "World Incorporated" is that sci-fi stories set in the future are relevant because they forecast the future, giving hints as to what the future my look like. Take the movie "I Robot" for example- today robots are fast being put to use. They have even been lunched into space!

I feel the characters should have been developed just a little more aside only Silver.
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Post by Shani1219 »

I gave it a 4 out 4 stars. Sliver's character was the most interesting to unravel. The other characters probably needed a little more depth, but I still think it is an excellent read.
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Post by PoisonWhiteRose »

The book's description makes it seem as though it might be an interesting read if very key things are kept in mind. I have just downloaded it and am starting to read it. Hopefully it will not let me down.
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It is not a book I want to finish reading. The sample was good, but I feel like every novel now is dystopian and I am trying to stay away from those types of novels.
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Post by teevic_o »

I'm a fan of dystopian. Mixed together with action? I'm sold. Definitely going on my to read shelf.
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Post by somersas13 »

I really enjoyed this book because it stirred up a lot of feelings about the current political climate. In the same way that Margaret Atwood's novel, "The Handmaid's Tale" has become a reflective dystopia about what could very well happen here if we aren't cautious, I felt the same way about this book from an economic standpoint. Similar to what some other reviewers pointed out, I thought that the minor characters could've been fully developed more, but otherwise I rated this book extremely high and would definitely recommend it to friends who enjoy the genre.
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I havent read the book yet, but i would like to give it a reading. I like action books abd and this seems to match my choice.
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Post by Catherine Amarachi »

Wow, it's true that I haven't read the book but most of the reviews I've seen on it seems very encouraging.. I'll definitely give it a try.
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Post by Bavithra M »

The book "World, Incorporated" by Tom Gariffo is based on science and fiction. This book depicts the future. I really liked the book in the begnining but later this book started boring in the halfway.This book failed to meet the expectation that it created in the begining. I rate the book 3 out 4 because I was very much inspired and facinated by Silver's character
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In the book World, incorporated I loved how well-detailed the action scenes were. Also the characters were well presented and so I would rate the book 4 out of 4 stars.
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Post by StormBorn1721 »

The official review has attracted me to this novel. I have yet to read this book but it is on my list!
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Post by Ma Cheryll »

I indeed agree! An action-packed, futuristic, scIence-fiction story with a hinch of reality sounds like a great read! I think all of us should grab a copy and be aware of what’s to come! Based on its relevance I believe this one’s a 4 out of 4 stars, reason why it’s August’s #BOTM👏👏👏 Congrats to the author! :tiphat:
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4 out of 4 stars. A very well composed book., filled with action. Its an absolute thriller.
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