Second Chance (The Transcendence Trilogy Book 1) – Book Review

Second Chance

Second Chance (The Transcendence Trilogy Book 1)

Author, Dylan S. Hearn

Synopsis

One crime, four people and a secret that could shake the world to its foundations.

Four lives become linked by a student’s disappearance: a politician looking to put integrity back into politics, an investigator hoping to atone for past mistakes, a data cleanser searching for a better life while haunted by his past and a re-life technician creating new lives for old souls.

But it soon becomes clear this is no ordinary case, and in the pursuit of the truth, long-held secrets are at risk of being revealed.

Set in the near future where everybody is connected and death isn’t final, this is the story of how far those in power will go to retain control, and the true price to pay for a Second Chance.

Book Review

Indie Author, Dylan S. Hearn, writes an intriguing dystopian future in Second Chance (The Transcendence Trilogy Book 1). The characters are well-defined and the dialogue is honed to a fine point. The world Hearn builds is a very believable possible future; a world that is on the verge of terrifying.

Second Chance hooked me from the start and held my attention to the end, leaving me wanting more. This science fiction thriller includes abduction, missing persons, murder, mystery, neuroscience, and political intrigue. It is fast paced, shocking, and hard to put down.

I loved this book and highly recommend it to all science fiction, mystery, and thriller readers.

I received a PDF copy of Second Chance in exchange for an honest review.

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