One victory does not win a war. Hopebreaker by @deanfwilson #HBTour #review

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Written by Dean F. Wilson

Genre(s): Steampunk

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In the world of Altadas, there are no more human births. The Regime is replacing the unborn with demons, while the Resistance is trying to destroy a drug called Hope that the demons need to survive.

Between these two warring factions lies Jacob, a man who profits from smuggling contraceptive amulets into the city of Blackout. He cares little about the Great Iron War, but a chance capture, and an even more accidental rescue, embroils him in a plot to starve the Regime from power.

When Hope is an enemy, Jacob finds it harder than he thought to remain indifferent. When the Resistance opts to field its experimental landship, the Hopebreaker, the world may find that one victory does not win a war.

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Jef's Review
I enjoyed this romp in the sand, great characters and I liked the dialog between them. Lots of action, inter-spaced with  some slow moments that allowed character development and allowed the reader to catch their breath. You can tell a good book when you have to keep turning the pages to find out what happens next. Well done and I will be reading more stories in this series.

Book provided by the author free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

About Dean F. Wilson
 photo deanfwilson-authorphoto.jpg Dean F. Wilson was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1987. He started writing at age 11, when he began his first (unpublished) novel, entitled The Power Source. He won a TAP Educational Award from Trinity College Dublin for an early draft of The Call of Agon (then called Protos Mythos) in 2001.

His epic fantasy trilogy, The Children of Telm, was released between 2013 and 2014.

Dean also works as a journalist, primarily in the field of technology. He has written for TechEye, Thinq, V3, VR-Zone, ITProPortal, TechRadar Pro, and The Inquirer.

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