My Rating: 5/5 Stars
Summary via Amazon:
Art-school dropout Chandra would do anything to apologize for her role in her wife’s coma—including enroll in the first round of human trials for an internet-access brain implant.
At first, the secretive research compound is paradise, the perfect place to distract Chandra from her grief. But as she soon learns, the facility is more prison than resort, with its doctors, support staff, and her fellow patients all bent on hatching plots of their own, no matter how invested they might seem in helping her communicate with her wife.
Making matters worse, a dark wave of uncertainty crashes down on the compound, forcing Chandra to become an unlikely but pivotal player in conspiracies stretching from the highest levels of the North American Union government to the lowest dredges of its shadowy hacking collectives.
To save herself and her wife, Chandra and her newfound friends from the study will have to overcome the scheming of a ruthless tech magnate, the naïveté of an advancement-hungry administrative assistant, and the relentless pursuits of an investigative journalist, all of whom are determined to outpace the others in their own quests to resurrect lost love, cover their tracks, and uncover the truth.
My Review: I was honored to beta read an early draft of Imminent Dawn and have enjoyed the published version immensely. It’s always fun to see the many changes a manuscript goes through before it’s finally released into the wild. I’m glad I was trusted with the task.
Imminent Dawn is a thrilling sci-fi, fantasy. I love the multi-points of view that help the reader piece together secrets surrounding the trials for a brain implant Chandra desperately needs to work.
This is not a story easily forgotten! I’m so excited it’s finally been published and that r.r.campbell is able to share it with the world. Congratulations again!
See more on Imminent Dawn in a guest post on my blog from author r.r.campbell himself.