Reviews

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘In the great tradition of Atwood and Bradbury – highly recommended’ – Joni Rodgers – see the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Marvellous, powerful, beautiful’ – Kij Johnson, Hugo & Nebula Award winner – see the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.

‘Something new has this way come – a unique voice rising in the literary scene’ – Maryann Madsen – see the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.

‘A masterpiece… Lifeform Three will still be wowing readers in a hundred years’ time’ – Andrea Flory – see full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘A brave, unique voice’ – A Trask – see the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Reminded me of Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro, but Lifeform Three is much more joyous and less tragic.’ Build Another Bookcase – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Beautiful story about a non-human but humanlike AI’ Samantha Sabovitch – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.

‘Thoughtful, unique, beautiful – I recommend it’ Jayden Robyn – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.

‘Engages from the start, never falters and carries the reader to their destination with startling strength and speed’ JAW – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Raises questions about issues of the day, from climate change to social media’ – Chris in CT – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Really stole my heart… if you believe literary fiction is boring, read this’ – Jessica Bell – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Lyrical, beautifully visual… a wonderful, intimate fable’ S Garriott – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘An ensouling fable in the great Bradbury tradition’ – Trevor Veale – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Thought-provoking and very readable. Left me with a great fondness for the central character’ – Dr Dominic Camus – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Basically – I loved it’ Peter Snell, bookseller – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Wonderful… heartbreaking’ Mary on Goodreads – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘A five-star delight, a balm for a three-book-per-week reviewer on a diet peppered with failed look-likes’ Tahlia Newland, Awesome Indies – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘An allegorical tale of the evolution of social media, intrusive advertising, preference tracking, and corporate control – a great read’ – Dan Vertrees – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Beautiful descriptive writing… felt completely real’ Chris Longmuir – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Tender, uplifting, hopeful’ – Cuba – see the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Charming, engrossing, uplifting’ – Frank Jones – read the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.

‘Bowled over by the extraordinary writing’ – Karen Inglis – see the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Thoroughly entertaining, reminiscent of the best robot writing from years gone by’ – Andy H – see the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Reminds us of what makes us human – very touching’ – Grigory Ryzhakov – see the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘This is science fiction in the purest sense – the thoughtful application of an idea’ – Robert Scanlon – see the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Merging of past and present, as in Slaughterhouse 5‘ – Deb Atwood – see the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Heartbreaking, though-provoking and a damned good read’ – Melanie Marttila – see the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘Haunting word-painting of dreams, longing and love’ – Dylan Burke – see the full review

Old, rusty, heavy, industrial iron door.‘May the future rise up to meet you and may it be friendly – or may you make it so’ – Albert Verrill – see the full review

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