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Systems: A Novel Paperback – 14 Jan 2012

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"A first-rate, suspenseful science fiction thriller" --Alice D. for Readers Favorite

About the Author

Saleena Karim lives in Nottingham, England. She is a freelance writer, researcher, editor, and artist. She has authored two books on history.

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Amazon.com: 4.3 out of 5 stars 3 reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Unique concept 14 July 2012
By E. Muller - Published on Amazon.com
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It's Xfiles from the other side when a psychic law enforcement agent tries to uncover a past-life she's been dreaming about since she was a child. You'll find many twists and turns in this book as well as intriguing characters that will draw you right into their world. The description is cinematic, and the prose is smooth and flowing. Between the socio-political aspects for a possible Utopia and the nefarious use of nanotechnology by unscrupulous scientists and government agents there's a lot to digest and appreciate in this book. I recommend SystemS for an intriguing read.
4.0 out of 5 stars Fiction, Suspense/Thriller, Science Fiction/Fantasy 4 Jun. 2013
By Jill Bemis - Published on Amazon.com
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Elise Archer has already lived twice and need to figure out right from wrong, and what constitutes liberty and justice, in this new world created after the World Democrative Revolution. However, Peter Manner, a figure from a past life is on a murder spree and somehow she is tied into it. Even though war and poverty a b ad memory of the past, there are underlying games, experiments and position for power between governments and GAILE, the Global Agency of Intelligence and Law Enforcement. Three names from the past keep popping up: Joanna Sinclair, Leon Morton and David Cohen. Find out what it means and you will have the mystery solved.

Someone is running a system experiment that results in reincarnation of specific people and it could be treason.
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant! 17 Mar. 2012
By Jodine Turner - Published on Amazon.com
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In her visionary fiction novel, Saleena has created a well crafted suspense/thriller. I was intrigued by the intricate plot with its twists and turns along the way. I found the themes of justice and liberty, as well as the complexities of conspiracy theory, thought-provoking. The paranormal aspects, the psychic abilities, were artfully woven into the story line and were an essential focus. This novel was a page-turner, `stay up late to read' story for me.
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