From 29th June to 3rd July, the Kindle edition of The Last Noah will be free to download. Here’s some of the reviews it has collected since publication; why not take this opportunity to enjoy reading it, too!
“A unique take on the sci-fi genre which throws questions at you from the word ‘go’. An unseen presence, consistent and ever-present, drives the story forward with a strong sense of mystery, and a need to know more.” ****
“The suspense is gripping.” *****
“Interesting plotline with masterful twists and turns that are tied up in a nice bow at the end.” ****
“Nice easy read with several interesting twists along the way. Good sci-fi but not too heavy with it. A bit of something for everyone!” *****
“A good mystery SiFi with a conspiracy tone running through out the story. Hint of a sequel in the last paragraph.” ****
“Fun book; Good read, interesting characters and plot.” *****
Robin and Miranda go to bed in their separate rooms, but wake up somewhere else. Somewhere that is alien and way outside their comfort zone. However, as they discover more about their new surroundings and have several unusual and action-packed adventures, they begin to suspect that all may not be as it first seemed. As the days progress, their passion for each other grows as their relationship develops emotionally and physically. However, is someone or something watching them? Why do they keep discovering things that don’t feel right? And what’s the story behind the various androids who they meet during their adventures?
As well as being a fast-moving science fiction action and adventure novel, this book touches on several social topics. Covert surveillance; humanity’s journey after the extinction of Earth; how AI might develop; and whether humans would, one day, upload their minds into robots (and, if so, what sort of society might result?)
As an ‘aside’ to the plot, there are twenty-two hidden references to well-known science fiction movies and TV shows throughout the book. Challenge yourself – can you find them all?
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David Cuff built a career in operations management and logistics, in the UK and then Western Australia, before reaching a point in his life where he wanted to engage in something completely different; hence his first book, “The Last Noah”. In his earlier years, he read most of the works of Isaac Asimov and other authors, which gave him an interest in sci-fi books with a superb plot, but which explore social science fiction as well. David now lives in Leicestershire, and also composes classical-style music.