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Check out this terrific new review of Redcrosse on Amazon: Great story, thoughtful tech philosphy I was so happy to find this book: it is exactly the kind of technological thriller that I love. Set in a near future where … Continue reading
Mike Brown, an old friend from my EarthLink days, just posted a review of “Redcrosse” on Amazon. Excerpt: “Tonight I finished reading the immensely satisfying, big beefy novel “Redcrosse” by my friend Brad Berens.” Read the rest at Amazon.com!
Looking for something fun and interesting to read this weekend? Try this free sample of the first three chapters of Redcrosse! (You may have to click twice… sorry.)
A new review of Redcrosse just arrived on Amazon! It’s short but OH SO SWEET, so here in it’s entirety: Imagine the most compelling and paranoid Philip K. Dick future, a hard-boiled mystery that starts like a James Elroy story … Continue reading
Tom Hespos has generously reviewed Redcrosse on Amazon– thank you, Tom! Here’s an excerpt: One of the most enjoyable aspects of this book for me was wondering to myself about how Berens’ day gig shaped the version of the future … Continue reading
Brian Bulkowski, CEO of database company (& ad:tech exhibitor!) CitrusLeaf and who tweets as @bbulkow, has reviewed Redcrosse on Amazon! THANK YOU, BRIAN! Here’s an excerpt: I’m very happy I found this book. With fewer books coming out, and the demise … Continue reading
Great news! Eric Picard (a.k.a. @ericpicard on Twitter who is both a technologist and a connoisseur of SF) has reviewed Redcrosse on Amazon! Here’s an excerpt: This is a great read – with clear influences from Neal Stephenson, David Brin, … Continue reading
I’m thrilled to announce that the first review of Redcrosse is now live on Amazon.com. My thanks to Jim Nichols for writing it! Please read it right away!
I’m thrilled to announce that my first novel, Redcrosse, is now available for purchase! Click the “Buy” links on this site to learn more. I had the first idea for this novel on a train ride to Norwich in England … Continue reading
Los Angeles, 2023. CyberPlagues — incurable technology-epidemics — have swept the country crippling victims whenever they’re near electro-magnetic fields, amplified sound or petroleum fumes. The credit card industry has merged with the health insurance industry, making it impossible for a person … Continue reading