A Review of Urban Heroes by TJ Lockwood

Urban Heroes (The Twelve Cities Book 2) by [Lockwood, T.J.]

A Review of Urban Heroes by TJ Lockwood

TJ Lockwood again delivers steady science fiction to satisfy the reader who aches for something quality that's grounded in another time and place.  The writing is brisk, clocking in at around 140 pages, but this is worth the read.

There are shades of authors like Heinlein and Philip K. Dick here, but I hesitate to compare because all work is unique.  Dialogue runs at a clip here, keeping the reader engaged and turning pages, and the story works well.  I'm always open to an invitation to a fictional future.

TJ Lockwood does not disappoint.  The book even ends of a propulsive note, leading us to what's next.

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