Publication Date: August 27th, 2020
Genre: Sci-Fi/ Short Story
Rory Bennels lives in a world ruled by a business entity known as the Corporation. For years he’s executed cerebral uploads for the recently deceased, but when the famed anarchist Epher Lore ends up in his lab, a series of events occur that shakes Rory’s world to the core
I love SciFi. It is probably my second favorite genre and this year, I’ve been particularly invested in short stories. So, when the opportunity to review Conscience by Johnathan Pongratz came about, I jumped at the opportunity.
What is amazing to me is that this author was able to pack a scifi story into a short story. Upu typically think of scifi and fantasy as these epic novels, and in this case, this was an epic short story! I was on the edge of my seat. The adrenaline rush was real.
The only downside is that I want more. And I wouldn’t really call that a downside! Easy five stars. So glad I could read this one. Highly recommended for SciFi lovers!
*I received a free copy of this book from R&R Book Tours in exchange for an honest review on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*
Jonathan Pongratz is a writer and author of captivating horror, urban fantasy, and paranormal stories. When he’s not writing, he’s busy being a bookworm, video game junkie, and karaoke vocalist. A former resident of Dallas, he currently resides in Kansas City with his halloween cat Ajax. By day he works magic in finance, by night he creates dark and mesmerizing worlds.