Thursday, June 13, 2013

{Book Review} "Mortimus Walker: The Secret of The White City" by Zach Turner


Morty is a One.  He's been laboring his entire life, but finally it's his sixtieth birthday.  Time for him to retire his old body and travel up through the clouds to the White City where he'll begin his new life as a One-Two.  He'll be given a new body and anything he wants as reward for his service.  But once Processing begins, things don't go exactly as planned.  Can Morty figure out the secret before he is lost in the System all over again?

About the Author, Zach Turner:

Zach Turner is a writer, teacher, and traveler.  He's a fan of punk music no one else listens to and loves to make people think and laugh.  Often one causes the other and both are essential to living.  He has worked as a game tester and taught as a professor at USC before training nurses as a Clinical Educator.  He now scours the globe looking for adventure and getting hopelessly addicted to nerdy TV shows.

He runs a blog about multi-tasking and finance on and when he's not traveling (rare), enjoys a good purple margarita in Austin, TX.

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Zach pens "Mortimus Walker: The Secret of the White City" in a well written plot that doesn't have much action, but never lags for excitement. I found his characters to be fascinating and developing well throughout the book. I loved the surprise twist at the end, I never saw that coming at all. A must read for all sci-fi fans.

I give "Mortimus Walker: The Secret of the White City" a 5 star rating.

* Disclosure of Material Connection: I am a member of Charisma Media and a copy of this book was provided to me by the author. Although payment may have been received by Charisma Media, no payment was received by me in exchange for this review. There was no obligation to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are entirely my own and may not necessarily agree with those of the author, publisher, publicist, or readers of this review. This disclosure is in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255, Guides Concerning Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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