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Cinco de Mayo

2 Ratings: 3.5
A book by Michael J. Martineck

"His writing flows naturally, his characters speak as if they were real people, and his setting seems so real that I wouldn't be surprised to find it on a normal, everyday roadmap. I wound up being firmly convinced that this place, these people, are … see full wiki

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Author: Michael J. Martineck
Genre: Science Fiction
Publisher: Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing
Date Published: 2010
2 reviews about Cinco de Mayo
review by . August 07, 2011
This is the story of present-day Earth that is changed forever. It happens in the blink of an eye.      At approximately 10:20 PM on May 5, all 6 billion people on Earth get a blinding headache for a second-and-a-half. In that instant, everyone gets another person implanted in their brain; different thoughts, different memories. Person A gets Person B's thoughts and memories, and Person B gets Person A's thoughts and memories. There is no rhyme or reason about who gets …
review by . September 14, 2010
Don't judge this book by it's cover. I know sci-fi covers tend to lean to the cheesy side, so look past the dude getting struck in the head by Zeus and get this book, because it was good! It was overwhelming at some points with everything that was going on and the POV switches, but overall good and had me wondering if this could actually happen.    REVIEW: A world shaking event. Simultaneously across the globe excruciating pain that lasts a matter of seconds and then instant …
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