Sunday, June 26, 2011

Flashback by Dan Simmons GIVEAWAY!



Category:  FICTION, SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Format:  HARDCOVER BOOK
Publish Date:  7/1/2011
Price:  $27.99/$30.99
ISBN: 9780316006965
Pages: 560
Size: 6" x 9-1/4"







Description: Simmons makes some logical if depressing extrapolations from current political and economic developments in this outstanding mystery thriller set in a near-future dystopic United States. The loss of credible deterrence after the U.S. drastically reduced its nuclear arsenal as part of a deal with Russia has led to devastating attacks by Muslim terrorists on Israel. Most Americans take flashback, an addictive drug that brings back favorite memories, to relive the past when they should be planning for the future. One such addict is Nick Bottom, a former Denver police officer, who loses himself in re-experiencing good times with his late wife. Billionaire Hiroshi Nakamura, one of the fragmented nation's nine regional Federal Advisors, hires Bottom to find the unknown assailant who cut the throat of his only son, 20-year-old Keigo, six years earlier. Bottom, who worked on the unsolved crime, uses flashback to pick up a trail suggesting a far from simple motive for Keigo's killing. Simmons keeps the action moving briskly and smoothly, despite the novel's length.

Thanks to Anna at Hatchette Book Group, I have two copies of this one just for you!

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6 comments:

Dolly said...

This sounds like my kind of book! I love the mix of politics and the 'flashback' drug - as a widow, I can certainly see how something like that would be addictive. :(

Michelle @ The True Book Addict said...

Thanks for the giveaway!

Jessica ( frellathon ) said...

Dan Simmons is great. I've enjoyed some of his work and would love to try more.

Darlene said...

Thanks for the giveaway!

M.A.D. said...

Mary D

This is a SUPER giveaway!!! I love love love Dan Simmons (especially his Children of the Night vampire series)

OrangeHeroMama said...

OH! i would LOVE to win this for my man! I'm always encouraging him to be more literate and less video-game'ish around the kids!