Deus ex Machina {PDF kindle} ↠ K. Alexander


9 thoughts on “Deus ex Machina

  1. says:

    Fantastic read this was a freaking good booki've reread it like 4 times and can't stop gushing about all the not stop actionsecret government stuffwomen and men fightinghigh uality car racingmassive mind blowing chemistry between Claire Ryan while they were being chaseexcellent writing hopefully there's a seuel

  2. says:

    I'm completely baffledI look at the reviews here and I'm asking myself did I just read the same book as the people who gave it 4 and 5

  3. says:

    The first half was very engaging but then it became a poorly writen lesfic with all the famous tropes it was difficult for me to finish it The plot was too complicated for how it was laid out It just needs insight into the plot and a

  4. says:

    Bourne Identity meets Silence of the Lambs lesfic style Love it

  5. says:

    SurprisingI wasn’t sure about this book when I read the synopsis but it was excellent It will certainly make you think about things in our current climate of “fake news” Do things like this actually happen? An intriguing and somewhat frightening thought It’s also a poignant love story At the beginning I thought there was no way the

  6. says:

    Sometimes too many descriptions endanger the flow of the story And this is the case It’s actually less than 3 stars but

  7. says:

    It was a bit odd for about 50% of the story but interesting enough to keep me going Unfortunately things got very nonsensical very fast and it was just downhill from there Pity really

  8. says:

    Wow Reading this book feels like riding through a high speed roller coaster There were so few few descriptions on what the story is about so I was reading through I have very limited idea how the plot will end up and it keeps you thinking and guessing Love the element of suspense and the conspiracy plot there I'm

  9. says:

    I loved this book What a phenomenal story review to come See for details6stars

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Deus ex Machina

When psychotherapist Claire Walsch is contracted – against her will – to take on the case of the infamous schizophrenic Marine Force Recon Captain Leah Rya. I m completely baffledI look at the reviews here and I m asking myself did I just read the same book as the people who gave it 4 and 5 stars Was I the only that was completely at a loss as to why this book is written in 3rd person and in present tense at the same time Was I the only one who got a massive headache from thatIt didn t have any chapters There is no TOC It was just an endless stream of text I couldn t make out scene and location changes The battle at the end was a complete mess Ok i got that view spoiler sister hide spoiler

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N she has no idea that she is about to experience something far beyond her belief The physical mental and psychological journey that follows brings the realiza. SurprisingI wasn t sure about this book when I read the synopsis but it was excellent It will certainly make you think about things in our current climate of fake news Do things like this actually happen An intriguing and somewhat frightening thought It s also a poignant love story At the beginning I thought there was no way the author could make that believable ButI was wrong Great story

characters ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¸ K. Alexander

Tion that reality may not always be as black and white as we make it out to be and that the truth can be far sinister and complicated than we give it credit fo. I loved this book What a phenomenal story review to come See for details6stars

  • Kindle Edition
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  • Deus ex Machina
  • K. Alexander
  • English
  • 23 July 2019
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About the Author: K. Alexander

Karen Alexander lives in Johannesburg South Africa She has been entranced and ensnared by writing in one form or another for most of her life; from writing children's stories at the age of five to amuse her family to stage plays in her late teens to the inevitable bad poetry that coincided with first heartbreak Though she occasionally dabbles in the other arts writing remains her first l