By Ian Hocking
Winner of the crimson Adept Award for technological know-how Fiction
It is 2023. Scientist David Proctor is working for his lifestyles. On his path is Saskia Brandt, a detective with the eu FIB. She has questions. questions about a bomb that exploded again in 2003. yet somebody is looking her too. The clues are within the shattered stories of her prior lifestyles.
Déjà Vu takes the reader on a startling trip via a potential destiny, even though electronic minds, and during the results of the alternatives we make. it's the debut novel by means of Ian Hocking.
'[Hocking's] layering of the narrative is considerate and how he makes occasions from assorted a long time replicate one another exhibits quiet ability. this can be a small-press e-book; as such, it most likely won't get the publicity it merits. higher publishers will want to take note.' -- Jon Courtenay Grimwood, writing within the Guardian
'A multi-threaded, thought-provoking sci-fi mystery. it really is consistently a pleasant shock to determine a debut novel corresponding to Déjà Vu. completely recommended.' -- SciFi.uk.com
'Excellent...crisp undefined. This publication bodes good for the future.' -- Grumpy previous Bookman
'Breaks new ground.' -- Stephen Gallagher
'Shows mature confidence.' -- Stan Nicholls
'Inventive and witty.' -- The Alien on-line
'Get able to have a amazing experience.' -- POD woman
'Science fiction within the culture of such fantastic exponents as Baxter and Clarke.' -- The everlasting evening
'Clever and satisfying.' -- Tregolwyn e-book studies