By 1889 Labs
Posted June 12, 2012
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Today on the MERGE blog tour, Ellie Hall takes a closer look at Yvonne’s MERGE storyline in her review. If you’re interested in what Yvonne’s been up to, check it out to learn more about all three stories, including today’s release. Ellie’s first imagining of Harrison comes close to Blade Runner’s Rick Deckard- but perhaps the two aren’t so similar after all. Well, it won’t stop me from picturing Harrison Ford as Harrison for the rest of the series. Mmmm.
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The Beggar’s Run by Yvonne Reid
Sometimes you can draw the line between the job and your life, and everything is fine. Sometimes, the line blows up in your face.
Leo Harrison’s about to go on the race of his life, and one way or another, someone’s going to die.
Hunting transhumans is a hell of a job, where the tiniest misstep can cost you your life. When your prey is more dangerous than you are, how do you know where to draw the line? Harrison’s got a good reputation, but every time he looks into the eyes of another mark, he has to wonder: if one of us has to die today, who should it be?
Set in a world reeling from the discovery of transhumans, MERGE is a series of thirteen short stories that charts the loves, the betrayals, and the struggle for survival in a world where humans and transhumans are uneasy neighbours. Tensions are high, riots are brewing. The human race is about to come undone.
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