“Broken Things” Talk About a Scary Sci-Fi!

Garth is serious. No, I mean REALLY serious! The young writer living in the Magic Valley of Idaho quit his day job and jumped with both feet up to his neck in writing. A wife and 3 young sons of his own mandates his successful transition from the 9-5 work-a-day world to compelling artist. G. S. Wright creates a chilling new concept in “Broken Things”, a tale of children that never grow older and are more android than human. His suspenseful science fiction debut novel is getting a lot of media attention on Amazon and many popular book blogs, including Book Hoarder and Goodreads.com.

What if the child was fully aware he was not human, but possessed all the love and loyalty of an offspring. What if your son, Josh, was an android that got broken? Where would the replacement parts come from? Would the cost be prohibitive? If the cost is prohibitive, would you rather just abandon the boy and buy new? What if he was dispensable? Could you separate from that which you bought as a perfect, but fragile child, guided, protected, and loved? How can Josh survive in a world that simply replaces older and broken children prototypes with newer designs, versions, and releases? Read the reviews his Amazon entry has garnered with 5 star ratings:

“It’s intense, surprising and keeps you on the edge of your seat.” 5 stars
“This is a story that will pull you in and won’t let go. You will *need* to finish it.” 5 stars

Will Josh survive to find a new, loving family?

Login to http://gswright.com and discover for yourself the excitement and energy his work is producing and then support his efforts and buy his novel. You won’t be disappointed!

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Author: Rosepoint Publishing

I am the granddaughter of Patrick John "Stanley McShane" Rose whose books including "Cocos Island Treasure" I've recently self-published. He wrote many manuscripts, short stories, and poems. Some of the latter were included in the anthology, "Sole Survivor." My time is now spent in promotion, marketing, sales, reading and reviews. Reviews are as important to me as you! I'm looking forward to sharing this social media odyssey with you!

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