(EBOOK/EPUB) Colours Earth Incorporated #1

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SUMMARY Ë PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Adrian J. Walker Adrian J. Walker ☆ 0 FREE READ READ Colours Earth Incorporated #1 He consumers live outside in the Hoards Leafen is one such corporation a technology giant famous for its Fronds genetic implants that connect users to a vast social network And for Leafen's 40 million employees turning sixteen is a very special day This is the day of their Colours the personality grading test that will guide their behaviour and the behaviour of everyone they meet throughout their busy lives Your Colours define you Und. I am so glad that this wasn t my first Adrian J Walker book because if it had been it would have been my last and I would have missed out on some of my absolute favourite books I so enjoyed End of the World Running Club The Last Dog on Earth and Other Lives so this book felt like it had been written by someone elseI found it difficult to identify with or like any of the characters in the story There were just so many of them and to me it felt disjointed Perhaps because it s the first book in the series it s setting up the big cast for the next books I don t know but I m honestly not interested in finding outI will continue to read this author s books and totally recommend the ones mentioned above This once just didn t grab me like the others

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SUMMARY Ë PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Adrian J. Walker Adrian J. Walker ☆ 0 FREE READ READ Colours Earth Incorporated #1 Er the guidance of The Market an omniscient AI system worshipped globally as a deity and its annual nano mite sweeps everything is as it should be Corporations produce and the Hoards consume But when Leafen is suddenly attacked by a huge and ruthless defence corporation the population is thrown into confusion and some of its staff are about to find out that life within the protective shell of their home is not what they thought it was. A thoroughly engaging read The book takes the idea of large corporations as global powers and takes it all to a conceivable outcome corporations become nations the Market becomes religion and corporate culture becomes society There are highly interesting story threads set up in the first part of this trilogy that I cannot wait to see developed in the coming books Hopefully we won t have to wait too long for the next instalment As an aside I read recently that In the real world in recent history the Chinese government allegedly hacked Google Google turned the information over the the US FBI However Google have some of the best engineers in the world What if Google acting on its own had waged a cyber attack back on the Chinese government in retaliation Corporations waging wars against nation states It s not inconceivable

SUMMARY Ë PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Adrian J. Walker

SUMMARY Ë PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Adrian J. Walker Adrian J. Walker ☆ 0 FREE READ READ Colours Earth Incorporated #1 People used to live in places called countries They raised flags and elected governments to rule them They had a nationality But that was a long time ago The words ’nation’ and ‘government’ are relics things of the past It has been centuries since the last tattered flag was raised Now the world is dominated by corporations and the people that live within their vast protective shells are the lucky employees The less fortunate t. Colours is set in a future where corporations have taken the place of governments People with jobs live inside the Corporations the masses without jobs are the Hoards living just outside the giant box and then of course there are the people who refuse to live as part of the Hoards or the Corporations and they are even further away where the sky is still true blue and the sun true yellow where the colours are still true and the weather isn t controlled by a computer It s a great story just to read but Walker does even better by including philosophical uestions about time and location in terms of human understanding He places real historical events into the context for even better understanding of how the world works and could change in different ways He explores morality as his characters are put to the test to do what they are told or what they know is right Because it is the first in a trilogy there are many areas that weren t developed but it is well written and thought out and I m very excited to continue reading when the next book comes out And don t forget to check out his other books I started with The End of the World Running Club which was fantastic and made me follow his work


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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Colours Earth Incorporated #1 Colours is set in a future where corporations have taken the place of governments People with jobs live inside the Corporations the masses without jobs are the Hoards living just outside the giant box and then of course there are the people who refuse to live as part of the Hoards or the Corporations and they are even further awa

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Colours Earth Incorporated #1 Adrian J. Walker ☆ 0 FREE READ Colours has clearly been written as the first book in an intended series but unfortunately it failed to capture my interest or inspire me to seek out any seuels that may appear I simply didn’t care enough about any of the characters or what might happen next A real pity as I loved “The end of the world Running Club”

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    SUMMARY Ë PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Adrian J. Walker (EBOOK/EPUB) Colours Earth Incorporated #1 Adrian J. Walker ☆ 0 FREE READ Eagerly awaiting Book 2 I wasn't uite sure what to expect when I started reading this novel I loved End of the World Running Club and The Last Dog in the World but the start of Colours is very different and it took me a couple of chapters to really get into it But I am so glad I kept reading because by chapter 3 I was hooked I loved it A ve

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Colours Earth Incorporated #1 Adrian J. Walker ☆ 0 FREE READ SUMMARY Ë PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Adrian J. Walker I am so glad that this wasn't my first Adrian J Walker book because if it had been it would have been my last and I would have missed out on some of my absolute favourite books I so enjoyed End of the World Running Club The Last Dog on Earth and Other Lives so this book felt like it had been written by someone elseI found

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    Adrian J. Walker ☆ 0 FREE READ SUMMARY Ë PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Adrian J. Walker READ Colours Earth Incorporated #1 A bright and engaging book that is fit to bursting with ideas It's a future dystopia with mega Corporations replacing governments and nations The social structure is based on personality types the titular colours and a huma

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    SUMMARY Ë PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Adrian J. Walker Adrian J. Walker ☆ 0 FREE READ (EBOOK/EPUB) Colours Earth Incorporated #1 Firstly I did receive an advanced copy of this book for the purpose of an honest review I had read the End of the World Running Club by Walker which was a cracking good story so was uite excited to get Colours Having just finished binge reading all of the Howey's Wool series Adrian Walker had uite a story to keep me entertained wit

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    SUMMARY Ë PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Adrian J. Walker (EBOOK/EPUB) Colours Earth Incorporated #1 Adrian J. Walker ☆ 0 FREE READ Lucky enough to receive an ARC of the new book by Mr Walker and I really enjoyed it I read End of the World Running Club last year 5 Stars for that one and immediately added Mr Walker to my favorite authors list Without giving anything away t

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    READ Colours Earth Incorporated #1 SUMMARY Ë PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Adrian J. Walker Adrian J. Walker ☆ 0 FREE READ A thoroughly engaging read The book takes the idea of large corporations as global powers and takes it all to a conceivable outcome corporations become nations 'the Market' becomes religion and corporate culture becomes society There are highly interesting story threads set up in the first part of this trilogy that I cannot wait to see developed in the coming books Hopefully we won't have to wait too long for

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    Adrian J. Walker ☆ 0 FREE READ SUMMARY Ë PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Adrian J. Walker (EBOOK/EPUB) Colours Earth Incorporated #1 I was expecting something out of Max Headroom by the description which would not have been bad The author brought it in a direction I did not see coming Second book I have enjoyed by the author that deals with a possible future without having to deal with diseases or zombies

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    (EBOOK/EPUB) Colours Earth Incorporated #1 Good start to the series I like the premise of a world dominated and run by business and what that would mean for the people living in it Walker has created some sympathetic characters and set up some intriguing links to make you want to read the next book Looking forward to it

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 501
  • Colours Earth Incorporated #1
  • Adrian J. Walker
  • English
  • 23 November 2020
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