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The Big Tomorrow by Paul Lohrman is a thought-provoking and gripping novel that takes readers on a thrilling journey through a future world where technology reigns supreme. Lohrman skillfully combines elements of science fiction, adventure, and social commentary to create a compelling narrative that examines the potential consequences of an increasingly technologically advanced society.

One of the most impressive aspects of The Big Tomorrow is Lohrman's vivid and imaginative portrayal of the futuristic world. The author creates a future that feels both believable and unnerving, with its depiction of advanced technologies such as virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and genetic engineering. These elements not only serve as a backdrop for the story but also play a significant role in exploring the ethical and moral dilemmas that arise from their implementation.

The characters in The Big Tomorrow are well-developed and multi-dimensional, making it easy for readers to become emotionally invested in their journeys. The protagonist, in particular, undergoes a remarkable transformation as he navigates the challenges presented by this futuristic society. Lohrman effectively captures the internal conflicts and struggles faced by the characters, making them relatable and human, despite the futuristic setting.

Furthermore, Lohrman's writing style is engaging and compelling, keeping readers captivated from beginning to end. The pacing of the story is well-balanced, with just the right amount of action, suspense, and introspection. This, coupled with the author's descriptive and evocative prose, creates a rich and immersive reading experience.

Moreover, The Big Tomorrow also serves as a commentary on the dangers and potential pitfalls of a technology-driven society. Lohrman raises important questions about the role of technology in our lives, the potential loss of human connection, and the ethical implications of some advancements. This added layer of social commentary adds depth to the narrative and prompts readers to reflect on the world they live in today.

However, it is worth noting that some readers may find the story's exploration of complex ethical and philosophical themes to be slightly overwhelming at times. While these discussions serve an important purpose in the narrative, some readers might prefer a more straightforward plotline.

In conclusion, The Big Tomorrow by Paul Lohrman is a compelling and thought-provoking novel that seamlessly combines elements of science fiction, adventure, and social commentary. With its imaginative world-building, well-rounded characters, and engaging writing style, this book offers readers a captivating reading experience. Whether you are a fan of science fiction or simply enjoy a well-crafted story, The Big Tomorrow is definitely a book worth exploring.

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[Illustration: Illustrator: Sanford Kossin]



There are certain rare individuals in this world who seem bereft of all common sense. These are the people who set their eyes upon an objective and immediately all intelligence, logic, good advice, unsolvable problems, and insurmountable obstacles go completely by the boards. The characters we refer to are obviously just plain stupid. What they want to do, just can't be done. The objectives they have in mind are unachievable and anyone with an ounce of brains can tell them so and give them good reasons. They are usually pretty sad cases and often land in the funny house. But then again, some of them go out and discover new worlds.

He hadn't gotten any work done that morning. He'd spent most of the time pacing the floor of his small back office, and the rest of it at the window hands clasped behind his somewhat bowed back staring up into the cloudless sky.

At ten forty, the intercom buzzed. He snapped the switch.


"I've got those figures, Mr. Lake. We have nine "

"Maybe you'd better come in and tell me personally, Lucy."

"All right, Mr. Lake."

The intercom snapped off and a few moments later a girl entered the office if the prim little wisp that was Lucy Crane could be so generously classified... Continue reading book >>

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