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It's All Yours   By: (1910-1996)

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In "It's All Yours" by Sam Merwin, readers are taken on a thrilling journey through a futuristic world plagued by overwhelming surveillance and manipulation. This science fiction novel delves deep into the consequences of technological advancement and the question of who ultimately owns our identities.

Set in a near-future society, the story follows Rebecca Duncan, a woman who finds herself trapped in a mire of deceit and power struggles. As the Assistant District Counsel for the Department of Public Morals, Rebecca is accustomed to being a pawn in a larger game. However, her life takes an unexpected turn when she inadvertently stumbles upon a dangerous secret. Thrust into the middle of a complex web of corruption and manipulation, she must unravel the truth before it destroys her.

Merwin's writing style is engaging and fast-paced, allowing readers to become fully immersed in this dystopian world. The author expertly crafts a vivid setting that feels both familiar and unsettlingly different. The moments of tension and suspense keep the pages turning, as readers yearn to discover the truth alongside the protagonist.

One of the most fascinating aspects of "It's All Yours" is its exploration of the implications of advanced technology on individual privacy. Merwin raises thought-provoking questions about the extent to which we are willing to sacrifice our privacy for convenience and the consequences that result from this trade-off. The concept of personal identity and its vulnerability to exploitation is at the heart of the novel, making it an extremely relevant and timely read.

Rebecca Duncan is a compelling and relatable protagonist. Her struggles, both personal and professional, are convincingly portrayed, drawing readers further into her world. The novel also introduces a range of intriguing supporting characters, each with their own motives and secrets. This adds depth and complexity to the plot, making it all the more captivating.

However, despite its strengths, "It's All Yours" does suffer from some minor pacing issues. Certain sections of the story feel rushed, while others drag on for too long. Additionally, the conclusion, although satisfying, could have been more tightly woven into the overall narrative. These flaws, however, do not detract significantly from the overall enjoyment of the book.

In conclusion, "It's All Yours" is a thought-provoking and gripping science fiction novel that explores the dark side of technological advancement and its impact on personal privacy. Sam Merwin skillfully weaves together a thrilling plot and well-developed characters, leaving readers eager for more. This book is a compelling read for fans of dystopian fiction and anyone interested in the ethical implications of technology in our society.

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It was a strange and bitter Earth over which the Chancellor ruled a strange and deformed world. There were times when the Chancellor suspected that he really was a humanistic old fool, but this seemed to be his destiny and it was difficult to be anything else. Human, like all other organic life on Earth, was dying. Where it spawned, it spawned monsters. What was to be the answer?

it's all yours

by ... Sam Merwin, Jr.

It was a lonely thing to rule over a dying world a world that had become sick, so terribly sick....

The Chancellor's private washroom, discreetly off the innermost of his official suite of offices, was a dream of gleaming black porcelain and solid gold. Each spout, each faucet, was a gracefully stylized mermaid, the combination stall shower steam room a marvel of hydraulic comfort and decor with variable lighting plotted to give the user every sort of beneficial ray, from ultraviolet to black heat.

But Bliss was used to it. At the moment, as he washed his hands, he was far more concerned with the reflection of his face in the mirror above the dolphin shaped bowl. With a sort of wry resignation, he accepted the red rims of fatigue around his eyes, the batch of white at his left temple that was spreading toward the top of his dark, well groomed head... Continue reading book >>

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