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- "I tend to enjoy the darker side of fantasy literature. Lord of the Rings and the like are much too soft for me. This book scratches that itch. It is dark, scary and still has aspects of fantasy that I love I love. I read the entire book in three days, my eyes were shot!."
- "2016 brought some of the best books and novels to us, and Swift to Chase is one of the best ones. All fans of science fiction and horror stories will definitely want to read this book today. It takes place in a dystopian empire, so you will want to keep reading until the very end. This book is worth a read!"
- "I bought this book after seeing a colleague reading it. I usually don't read horror books. I couldn't put the book down, which was good and bad. I had some trouble sleeping, scared me! Well written and worth every penny! Will steer clear of horror books from now on though."
- "Swift to Chase was a very entertaining collection of stories that ranged from cyberdogs to surviving in the Arctic. This collection of short stories is varied and intriguing; full of different adventures and misadventures. Some stories seemed more science fiction, whereas others were more in line with the horror book genre. This just made each story more interesting."
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