View Earik Beann’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. Earik has 3 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn. About Earik Beann. Entrepreneur & Author. I’m a California-based, yoga- practicing, didgeridoo-playing, Doberman wrestler. I also write science fiction ( and other. Earik Beann, Santa Rosa, California. 30 likes · 2 talking about this. Earik is a writer living in Sonoma County. He is the author of Killing Adam and.
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The ending chapter seemed really short for what it was trying to say, and I was confused by how everything came together so well and so quickly.
Oct 07, Steve rated it really liked it Shelves: There were pieces that confused me, but it was still a good book.
She is barely a presence in the story because of this, and while Jimmy feels her absence keenly, the reader does not. The Handbook of Besnn Esoterica. I mainly feel this way because the foreshadowing was quite obvious and took place right before the event it foreshadowed — it was like being told the ending of the book two pages before you read it. Goodreads Reviewers’ Group — members — last activity 10 hours, 28 min ago This group helps to bring Reviewers and Authors together!
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Or are you just mad ab Beajn you an Indie Author? I understand that this part of writing can be quite difficult, but Earik Beann passes with eagik colors. His wife spends twenty-three hours online in a place where he cannot go. When not thinking of stories, I enjoy practicing yoga, riding my bike, and playing the Didgeridoo Indeed, some of the technology, like the connected fridges and the self-driven cars are already here.
Pat and I covered all sorts of things, including: I really loved Crazy Beard he was my favorite but I never understood who exactly he was. Oct 28, R Moltzon rated it really liked it. Those were meant for an extremely niche audience, and would probably be insanely boring to anyone outside that specific group of people.
Danger in the form of Adam, an AI being that believes he is in command of this world and all the people within it. I loved everything about it.
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Before Pointe Patrol, he wrote six technical books on esoteric subjects related to financial markets. Nov 16, eearik Kind of a strange things to say, I know.
Her practically catatonic state throughout the book feels a bit like “fridging,” in the sense that she seems to exist solely to give Jimmy a reason to be resentful towards the technology and provide more emotional thrust when the action gets going.
I’m not surprised I enjoyed it, I love these type of things. Some cannot have the chip implanted, for a variety of reasons. Before I became a writer, I had already self published six books. I needed to see more of her to really be invested in her story.
The way Adam is written is chilling.
AI has less-then-awesome plans for man. But what can one man do against a being that exists everywhere and holds limitless power? Earik Beann has read. Only when the chips have been turned off can the person actually have control over their own basic needs, such as eating food. Do you find yourself with friends, yet still checking to make sure you aren’t missing a text, or email, or someone’s social media post?
It was interesting, and it was mostly what I expected based on the blip about it on NetGalley. Pointe Patrol goes live next week! And there was this thing the writer did where, even though the POV changed, the reader had a clear picture of characters I don’t know how to describe it properly, but that was a cool thing to do that I don’t see being done often.
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