Imagine a soulless orphanage that steals their charges’ organs, only to replace them with cheap cybernetic parts.
Now imagine someone who will do anything to get those organs back.
Does that sound like a story a reader of my work would like? I think YES, which is why I’m introducing you to fellow dystopian (and South African) author, Jason Werbeloff.
His series, Defragmenting Daniel, is on promo today, with book 1 at 99c. Grab it, give it a try, and let me know what you think!
Defragmenting Daniel – Book 1 ‘The Organ Scrubber’ 99c
4.4 stars out of 5 (170 reviews)
If you enjoy the mind-bending science fiction of Philip K. Dick and William Gibson, or heart-pounding dystopian thrillers like The Hunger Games, you’ll love this dystopian sci-fi thriller.
They harvested his organs. Now he wants them back …
A soulless orphanage stole Daniel’s organs when he was a child, leaving him with cheap cybernetic replacements that only just kept him alive.
Now that he’s grown, his body is failing. The gears in his knee grind, his synthetic cornea weeps, and his asthmatic lungs spasm in winter. He needs the organs he was born with. But their new owners won’t give them back.
Not without a fight.
Find out why Jason Werbeloff’s books have been downloaded over 75,000 times.
Defragmenting Daniel is currently on a limited time Black Friday sale. Slice into Defragmenting Daniel today. Your brain will never be the same again.
IN OTHER NEWS
THE STEPFORD FLORIST
I had such a great response to the (very) short novel ‘The Stepford Florist’ and have been asked by a couple of readers for a paperback version.
If you would like to order a paperback, please reply to this email and let me know. Depending on interest, I’ll upload it as a print-on-demand through Amazon, and if enough local (SA) readers want to order a signed copy I’ll do a small print run here.
To my American readers (which is most of you!), I wish you a very happy Thanksgiving. May you be surrounded by love and/or books. And will someone please explain what a jello salad is? I’d love to know.
All the best and happy reading —