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Electric Goanna Dreams

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Author: B. Cameron Lee

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2018. It's coming. Imagine an Australia with DNA matched identity cards, secret Government Agencies and a large secret police force. What freedom? Alan and Wade's computer lab is taken by the Government for a nominal fee after brother Wade is mysteriously killed. Frightened, Alan runs to his aboriginal friend, Jamie, in the Northern Territory and lives with the tribe in peace until the Gov. comes looking for him. Wade's daughter, Sidhe, carries on his research for the Gov. And eventually has the first bio-organic implant inserted into her brain. Surfing the Web becomes internal with no wires. Add to this an unofficial head of various spy networks, Three, who needs a new body for his old mind, Artificially Intelligent computers for the information collected and a nasty Secret Police Chief.

Jim Warriner

I really enjoyed this story which I read mostly during my breaks at work. Even though I was reading it on an iPod Touch, I would say it was a real page-turner. The interplay between the aboriginal people and the politicians was fascinating. Also, as my hobby is tinkering around with computer hardware, I found the artificial intelligence aspect very absorbing. Thanks for a great story!

B. Cameron Lee

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B. Cameron Lee

Thank you for your kind comments, it's good to know I'm on the right track with my storytelling.


OMG! I loved this book. Artificial Intelligence was not a stretch to imagine! The scenery descriptions were so lifelike I felt like I'd seen it before! This book kept me on the edge of my seat with anticipation! Excellent story teller! I want more!

D. Gove

An enjoyable read, it has you running around places in such description, you could be actually there


I am always fascinated by artificial intelligence and this story captures it very well. and the plight of alan wilson, it was so interesting.

miguel aguilar

Australian writers have an extraodinary ability to make stories like this one very entertaining I liked this book very much.


B. Cameron Lee

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