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My science fiction novel "A step to nowhere" is out for some time, but I just remembered to announce it. Here's the description.

All Sam wants, running home from work, is to get away from the rain. She doesn't think, at that moment, of the possibility of meeting the man she is in love with, but to whom she has never admitted her feelings. They had taken different life paths five years ago, but she couldn't forget him. Suddenly, in the crowd, through the rain, she sees him. Sam stops abruptly and the person behind her runs into her. He drops his phone and Sam picks it up to give it back to him, but that person disappears into the crowd. But not him. Not Ray. He explains that he came to this city for work and invites Sam to spend the evening with him. Something happens between them, something that should have happened five years ago. Sam forgets the stranger's phone and doesn't check it until the next morning. She wants to find some number to call and return the thing, but instead she stumbles upon lots of messages that describe her every step. She tells Ray about it and he promises to help. Only Sam finds herself in a situation where it's easier to admit yourself as a mental case than to accept the reality.


http://www.amazon.com/A-step-to-nowhere-ebook/dp/B00A4ZRGOO/ref=sr_1_5?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1356489107&sr=1-5&keywords=salnikova
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Love this new review!

I wasn't sure if I would enjoy this book when I bought it, but I soon got sucked right in to the story. There was plenty of suspense that kept you guessing throughout the book. The main character was likable and believable, as were all the supporting characters. I felt there were enough details about World #1 to give the reader a good idea how depressing it really was. The ending was great, but I really would have liked just a few more details about what happened to Samantha and her father as far as punishment and how Samantha was handling it. I also wanted to know more about Sam and where the relationship went with the two Rays. I would personally have loved to see a longer epilogue to explain all of this instead of implied happily ever after.
 
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