Single Wired Female, by Greg Dragon

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Waking up in a hospital with no recollection of the events, Bonnie O’Neal sets out to discover who wants her dead–and why. As hazy memories come back, she struggles to determine what is real and what is not. Some of the memories are not her own–but who do they belong to? Fearing that her ex-husband may be involved, Bonnie doesn’t know who she can trust while images of android engineers, wires, and a tall mysterious building flood her mind.

But as reality and dreams merge, will Bonnie learn that her attempted murder might just be a small part of a greater conspiracy? It’s not only Bonnie’s life on the line, but all of mankind…

I’ve said before that I’m a Greg Dragon fan, and nothing has changed with Single Wired Female. I received a free copy of SWF for being a subscriber to his mailing list, and my high expectations were sated. While not a direct sequel to Re-Wired, SWF does take place in the same universe as Re-Wired.

More fun android and mechaphilia action, and like it’s predecessor, SWF asks the question on what makes a person a person and tackles the ever-looming prejudice we as a society face each day.

I look forward to the final Anstractor book, and the 2016 collaborative web serial Greg is doing. Four and a half stars easily. Be sure to pick up Single Wired Female when the digital version comes out in March 2016.

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Greg Dragon has been a creative writer for several years, and has authored on topics of relationship, finance, physical fitness and more through different sources of media. In particular, his online magazine has been a source of much pragmatic information, which has been helpful to many. As a result, his work continues to grow with a large and loyal fan base.

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About Mark Gardner

Mark Gardner lives in northern Arizona with his wife, three children and a pair of spoiled dogs. Mark holds a degrees in Computer Systems and Applications and Applied Human Behavior. View all posts by Mark Gardner

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