RENAISSANCE 2.0 Book 1 - Sample Chapters

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Dean C. Moore By deancmoore Completed
A collapsed global economy. And a world gone to hell.  People going postal.  There seems but one thing to do: cave in to the Herculean pressures, or use them to transform from the human to the transhuman.  So is born the Renaissance types of the early 21st Century. One in particular, Robin Baker, may be destined to lead them.  If she can keep her  remarkable powers growing ahead of theirs, and if she can keep her own mind from imploding, before one of them takes out the rest of the planet.
I've been pretty far ahead in the book so I've missed these jacket covers.  I do think it will be helpful to the reader to have this especially when they start the book.  Although each chapter is very well written it took a little while to see how the different events were inter-related and how they all merged together.  Having this as an intro will help the reader.  
                                    
                                    I thought this version is better then your first one and Ian had a good point on making this more intriguing.  I really like the second paragraph especially the introduction sentence.  So I think Ian was right and I think you got it right.
                                    
                                    Probably if a poll of writers were taken they would say that writing a summary of their novel is one of the hardest things to do and as usual you were able to do it well.
I've been pretty far ahead in the book so I've missed these jacket covers.  I do think it will be helpful to the reader to have this especially when they start the book.  Although each chapter is very well written it took a little while to see how the different events were inter-related and how they all merged together.  Having this as an intro will help the reader.  
                                    
                                    I thought this version is better then your first one and Ian had a good point on making this more intriguing.  I really like the second paragraph especially the introduction sentence.  So I think Ian was right and I think you got it right.
                                    
                                    Probably if a poll of writers were taken they would say that writing a summary of their novel is one of the hardest things to do and as usual you were able to do it well.
I've been pretty far ahead in the book so I've missed these jacket covers.  I do think it will be helpful to the reader to have this especially when they start the book.  Although each chapter is very well written it took a little while to see how the different events were inter-related and how they all merged together.  Having this as an intro will help the reader.  
                                    
                                    I thought this version is better then your first one and Ian had a good point on making this more intriguing.  I really like the second paragraph especially the introduction sentence.  So I think Ian was right and I think you got it right.
                                    
                                    Probably if a poll of writers were taken they would say that writing a summary of their novel is one of the hardest things to do and as usual you were able to do it well.
I've been pretty far ahead in the book so I've missed these jacket covers.  I do think it will be helpful to the reader to have this especially when they start the book.  Although each chapter is very well written it took a little while to see how the different events were inter-related and how they all merged together.  Having this as an intro will help the reader.  
                                    
                                    I thought this version is better then your first one and Ian had a good point on making this more intriguing.  I really like the second paragraph especially the introduction sentence.  So I think Ian was right and I think you got it right.
                                    
                                    Probably if a poll of writers were taken they would say that writing a summary of their novel is one of the hardest things to do and as usual you were able to do it well.
I've been pretty far ahead in the book so I've missed these jacket covers.  I do think it will be helpful to the reader to have this especially when they start the book.  Although each chapter is very well written it took a little while to see how the different events were inter-related and how they all merged together.  Having this as an intro will help the reader.  
                                    
                                    I thought this version is better then your first one and Ian had a good point on making this more intriguing.  I really like the second paragraph especially the introduction sentence.  So I think Ian was right and I think you got it right.
                                    
                                    Probably if a poll of writers were taken they would say that writing a summary of their novel is one of the hardest things to do and as usual you were able to do it well.
I've been pretty far ahead in the book so I've missed these jacket covers.  I do think it will be helpful to the reader to have this especially when they start the book.  Although each chapter is very well written it took a little while to see how the different events were inter-related and how they all merged together.  Having this as an intro will help the reader.  
                                    
                                    I thought this version is better then your first one and Ian had a good point on making this more intriguing.  I really like the second paragraph especially the introduction sentence.  So I think Ian was right and I think you got it right.
                                    
                                    Probably if a poll of writers were taken they would say that writing a summary of their novel is one of the hardest things to do and as usual you were able to do it well.