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A Robot with glowing red digital eyes, and infested with--worms!Metal Flesh: Tek-Fall (Episode I) is the companion novella in the After Eden science fiction and international thriller series by Austin Dragon.The year is 2093! Before the events of Thy Kingdom Fall (After Eden Series #1) and during the events of Stars & Scorpions (After Eden Series #2).Faithers and PaganA Robot with glowing red digital eyes, and infested with--worms!Metal Flesh: Tek-Fall (Episode I) is the companion novella in the After Eden science fiction and international thriller series by Austin Dragon.The year is 2093! Before the events of Thy Kingdom Fall (After Eden Series #1) and during the events of Stars & Scorpions (After Eden Series #2).Faithers and Pagans are both looking for the elusive “Man Made Out of String.” But who is this contract killer—or what is he?From the tek-cities of America to the Outlands of the Middle East, the sci-fi adventure thriller continues.Tek-World loves its artificial-intelligent mechanization, including robotic pets and ubiquitous drones. But humans have also created machines in their image—robots—using metal instead of flesh.Metal Flesh is book one of the two-part Tek-Fall Duology in the epic After Eden series--a dramatic mix of politics, religion, technology, and intrigue set almost eighty years in the future.The After Eden saga is leading to the explosion of World War Three, a hell we have never seen before....

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ISBN : 25870812
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Number of Pages : 100 Pages
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metal flesh Reviews

  • books are love
    2019-03-03 16:34

    Received in exchange for a honest review. Austin Dragon has written a wonderfully imaginative novella that leaves you with questions and clamoring for the next installment.It opens with robots with worms coming out of them. Why the worms? I believe this is to do with Sprock the main character. The character that is sought after by goths and the government. the question is why is he such a commodity for everyone. All he wants is answers and to find Goth Lila. She can answer his questions about his dad and what happened. Will she is the question. While waiting and searching he takes too many Zombies (like no doz in the present) and is having the side effects. What side effects they are to..Each character drives the story with the plot intertwining around them. Every character brings out an emotion whether it be like, dislike or anger depending on the situation. Not one character will bring the same emotion out throughout the novella. Only the main character do you truly feel for and trust. The rest make you wary with the political posturing and agendas they have.Dragon’s descriptive writing is excellent and the way he weaves the tale is intriguing. He keeps you on the precipice with just enough to get you interested and not enough to spoil the story and now you are left with questions and guessing things. The world he has created is fun in some respects with the imagination that is seen, serious in what it depicts in factions and the governments true goals if that is really seen. Not everything is at it seems and hopefully the next installment will let us see behind the transparent glass to answer the questions and fill our thirst for more.

  • Sebrena Ward
    2019-03-16 11:41

    This novella was made available to me, by the author, in return for an honest review.I enjoyed this novella. Metal Flesh (Tek-Fall, Episode I) is a great addition to the After Eden series. It, along with the series, is a fantastic read. If you're a fan of the series, you will not be disappointed. Can't wait to read the conclusion, Hell's Menagerie (Tek-Fall, Episode II).Thy Kingdom Fall Rising Leviathan Stars and Scorpions

  • Patricia Walker
    2019-02-19 10:20

    This is an excellent read! The reader is drawn into the story by characters and events that just have to be followed right to the end. As a sci-fi it is brilliant in the believability of the events and the locales. The events sweep the reader through the book with enough strength to keep the reader needing more while trying to second guess each and every outcome. The central characters are solid, each with a charisma that draws you further into the story being told. All of this and more without making anyone feel inadequate because they struggle with concepts or 'tek talk'A definite must read for any sci-fi fan.I was provided with an ecopy of the book in exchange for an honest review

  • Ceh131973
    2019-02-17 11:42

    [Metal Flesh (The After Eden Series: Tek-Fall, Episode I] by [Austin Dragon] was an interesting view of the future. Sprocket is an atheist who's father was killed by a mysterious hit man. The world is dominated by tek. He is trying to find the only person who can help him, Goth Lila. Will he be able to handle what he finds out?The characters were very good. I also likes how the story was broken up not only in chapters but time and place within the chapters. The story did seem to jump around a little but perhaps because I have not read the other books by [Dragon] yet. I plan to do just that.

  • Gustavo
    2019-02-21 15:45

    I received this book as a giveaway, and was asked to do a honest review. Sounds fair to me so here it goes. This book is the first part of a side story for some of the characters that were already introduced in the After Eden Series. As such is a welcomed revisit of those characters for people that have already read those books. For others you'll need to fill in the blanks in a complex world that is not fully defined here. There is a lot of information in it, but you need to connect the dots to form a bigger picture. That bigger picture has already been defined in the After Eden series trilogy, so if you have already read those, it takes less effort.The beginning of the book reminded me of Brian Aldiss "Barefoot in the head" which is a good thing. The world and the characters start in one status quo and advance through the novella, and reach the finish with a weak ending. This is logical because there's a second part, but I remember thinking "that's it?". And then I analyzed what I've read and noticed that the plots hadn't reached a complete conclusion but had advanced it enough to a point of equilibrium and the character arcs had advanced enough to reach a a place where we can leave them till next book. So, after careful consideration I decided that the ending was in fact good, just different. It's just that it works in the context of a series, not as a standalone ending.I really liked the story and the tone of the book.

  • Brandy
    2019-02-26 13:18

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Metal Flesh is a quick read (~2 h) set in the world established by Thy Kingdom Fall (After Eden Series, Book 1) and occurring during the events of Stars and Scorpions (After Eden Series, Book 2). I have not read the other books in the series. Given the length of this book, it would be a struggle to catch the reader up to the situation of the world while also providing good character development and an interesting plot. There is a lot of information provided on how the world is organized and what the various factions are doing, how they relate to one another, etc. It seems like an interesting place. The characters, though not fully developed, have the potential to be interesting. This book had a rather thin story. I suspect that is a result of its place in a series which may offer additional details on the storyline as well as the characters. Overall, the book was well written and provides a description of an interesting place. I would suggest trying the first book in the series rather than starting here.

  • Martijn Onderwater
    2019-03-13 13:45

    I kindly received a (digital) copy of this book from the author. Metal Flesh is a short (44 pages for my edition) story that is related to the After Eden series, and prequel to the upcoming Liquid Cool series.All in all, I enjoyed the setup of Metal Flesh, with parallel story lines and a quick introduction of multiple characters. This forced me to pay attention ;-) Also, I did not feel limited by not having read any of the After Eden books, and I could follow the story without prior knowledge. At the same time, I should mention that I do not remember encountering 'Faithers', 'Pagans', or the 'Man made out of String' in the story. All are part of the Goodreads summary of the story, so it seems that I misunderstood the importance of certain aspects.Probably, I will try After Eden #1, and see what it is like. Austin's writing in Metal Flesh promises quality, challenge, and nice deviation from my usual fantasy genre./Martijn

  • Linda Todd
    2019-02-20 15:15

    A fabulous futuristic wee story that I enjoy very much. The characters where great this story kept you think of what comes next the gripes you from the beginning to the end. The story was fabulous and well thought out and I would be so delighted to recommend this book to my friends my thanks to the author Austin Dragon for the pleasure & privilege of reading this wonderful book so to all happy reading to you all from wee me. ♥☺

  • Lisa
    2019-03-16 17:23

    Very interesting story. I was amazed at how much was packed into 100 pages.If anyone is looking for a good Sci-fi read and lots of action, I would have to recommend they try this one.It's different, in a good way. And some parts are actually quite funny.I would normally have read it much sooner, but it got lost in the change of kindles.I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

  • Sophie David
    2019-03-09 17:22

    I really enjoyed this book. I was so glad to read this as it continues the story in book one that I was eager to find out more about -the mysterious death of Logan. An enthralling and enlightening read.

  • Austin Dragon
    2019-02-26 16:16

  • Barry Edstene
    2019-03-05 14:15

    It is great to jump into a book in the middle of a series and not feel lost. I love the way you are brought up to speed without feeling like it takes away from the present storyline. Dragon moves things along smartly making you want more with each page. Even if you are not into this type of story, you might want to give this a look.