TELEPATH (Hive Mind 1)

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ISBN: 1537088025  ISBN-13: 978-1537088020

US Trade Paperback, Size:6″ x 9″

Page Count:354

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Set in the Hive Future

Amber is one of over a million eighteen-year-olds in one of the great hive cities of twenty-sixth century Earth. She’s about to enter the Lottery of 2532, which will assess her abilities and decide her hive level, her profession, her whole future life. Amber’s dream is to be level 10 or above, her nightmare is to be a level 99 Sewage Technician.

When Lottery discovers Amber is a rare and precious telepath, she must adapt to a new life protecting the people of the crowded hive city. Her job is hunting down criminals before they commit their crimes, but she doesn’t know that she’s being hunted herself.

Read sample chapters here.

SF crowsnest “Anyone who enjoyed the ‘Earth Girl’ trilogy will love this. Like Jarra, Amber dances across the page with all the hopes and neuroses of any eighteen year-old. A good job well done.” See review

Books In Brogan “This was definitely a five-star book by a five-star author.  Brilliant character development and a plot with a different kind of twist make this a great book for all ages.” See review

Brainfluff “All in all – another cracking read and the start of an exciting series from a writer who continues to produce thought-provoking and entertaining worlds.” See review

Cover art (C) Janet Edwards 2016, Cover Design by The Cover Collection.

2 Responses to TELEPATH

  1. Siana says:

    Hi Ms Edwards

    I just wanted to say how much I love your writing. I am 14, and I read Earth Girl three years ago and adored it. I didn’t discover that there were sequels for at least a year afterwards, and once I realised, I devoured Earth Star and Earth Flight. Later I found the novellas as well and they were amazing- exactly the kind of background for the characters that I was craving. For Christmas this year, I got Telepath and I’ve read it about five times already (despite also having lots of other new books to read) as well as Reaper, which I’ve read about three times. I would love to read Earth 2789 and Scavenger Alliance- maybe they will satisfy my hunger for more Earth Girl! The other thing I really would like is the next Hive Mind book. Telepath grabbed me in exactly the same way as Earth Girl and I want to find out want happens to Amber next so badly, nearly as much as I want to know what happens on Fortuna! I was also wondering if Reaper is planned to have a sequel. From your update, it sounds like you are going to be very busy with all your book ideas but might there be one in a couple of years? In the meantime, if you publish any other short stories, I would love to read them. Frankly, I’d read anything you write!

    Thank you for the endless enjoyment your books have given me,
    Siana Thomas Hewett, 14

    PS Lucas reminds me a little of some Earth Girl characters. He and Leveque seem very similar professionally but with Amber, he behaves more like Drago!


    • Hi Siana, I’m impressed that you’ve managed to read Telepath and Reaper so many times already. As you said, I’ve got a lot of book ideas to work on at the moment. I actually find it helps to work on multiple projects because I can swap between them when I get stuck instead of wasting time staring blankly at a computer screen. At the moment, my main priority is tidying up Scavenger Alliance, but I’m also working out the details of what happens to Amber in the next Hive Mind book, and writing a short story involving characters from the Earth Girl trilogy.

      You asked about a sequel to Reaper. Writing more in the Game Future is much further down my priority list, but that doesn’t stop the creative part of my brain from throwing random bright ideas at me. Although I’d expected that the next thing in the Game Future would be a sequel to Reaper, my creative side seems to have gone off at a tangent and wants to write a book about when Hawk first enters the Game, so I’m not sure what will happen there.

      It’s great to hear that you’ve had so much enjoyment from reading my books, and I hope you’ll enjoy future ones just as much.


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