An interesting SciFi review from Bookwraiths. I just may add it to my TBR.
Genre: Science Fiction — Pulp
Series: Possibility of One
Publisher: Tor Books (June 13, 2017)
Length: 352 pages
My Rating: 3.5 stars
Slaves of the Switchboard of Doom surprised me, startled me even, because it was so damn much fun! A word I seldom use when referring to modern science fiction; a genre which seems to take itself too damn seriously most of the time. But, thankfully, Bradley W. Schenck has turned back the hands of the literary clock and gifted fans of fast-paced, hilarious, lavishly illustrated, and optimistic sci fi with his mesmerizing “World of Tomorrow” with its heroic heroes, ray-guns, robots, crazy scientists, rocket cars, and automated sidewalks.
The dashing lead of this tale is Kelvin “Dash” Kent who spends most of his time traveling about the earth and moon fighting…
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