The fourth Rachel Peng book is loose in the world!
The official launch day is tomorrow, but links are going live. I’ll update these as they come in. If a link is not yet active, it means that particular store didn’t have it up as of the last time I checked.
- Amazon Kindle (US)
- Amazon Paperback (US)
- Amazon Kindle (UK)
- Amazon Kindle (CA)
- Amazon Kindle (AU)
- Barnes & Noble Nook (US & Other)
- Smashwords (US & Other)
- Kobo (US & Other)
- Our store (non-DRM electronic files)
- Our store (signed paperback)
I’m often asked which store gives me the best return. Each of these stores has some benefit for me, so you should buy them where you would normally shop. One of the best things you can do to help me–or any author!–is to leave an honest review after you’ve finished our books. That, and tell your friends if you’ve enjoyed it! Social media is a huge help in spreading the word.
Thank you so much for your support, and I hope you enjoy Brute Force!
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I got my copy yesterday through Patreon, and I loved it 🙂 I loved all the little twists and details, and am going to go back to the beginning and read them all again through to see if I missed any little bits of follow-through/foreshadowing 😀
Available at Amazon.ca
Thank you! Updated with all the Amazon links I can find.
Snagged a copy through Amazon to bump up the sales stats and some through your store for other people. Keep up the good work!
On amazon right now click to the one click
Hurray! There goes my productivity for the day 🙂
And I’m done reading it. Milady Otter, you once again have kept me up all night.
You have painted a picture of words in my mind.
Of people with an amazing legacy. People whom I would love to know. People who this world truly needs.
Thank you for your story telling.
Thank you so much! I’m glad to hear the heroes are filling a role these days.
I have been dying waiting for this one to come out.
And it was fantastic! I now feel an urge to go back through the comic looking for a particular name after the intermission, even though that name may be part of the reason Rachel’s hair is white in the comic.
On the Kindle US version, a number of the italicized words didn’t appear to have spaces between them – sometimes I thought it was intentional as a way to have the internal thoughts be jammed together, but that pacing didn’t always seem to match up to the content or context. I also don’t know if it was just a product of the font. An early example (that was within the chapters you released for preview, so I hope isn’t too much of a spoiler) is this:
“Shouldn’t, she corrected herself, as she finally spotted the cerulean blue that was Patrick Mulcahy. Weshouldn’t be the ones who try to get Hope and Avery back.” – the “Weshouldn’t” has no space in it but I couldn’t tell if that was intentional or not.
That’s an artifact of the conversion process. I upload as clean a text document as I can, and cross my fingers. I’m sorry for the run-ons–those aren’t in the version I sent to them.
Ahh understood. I’m sorry that the conversion process does that to your text! It did only seem to happen in the italicized portions, and I don’t remember it in any of the preceding books, so hopefully it was just a fluke on their end.
Thank you again for creating such a fantastically engaging story!
Oh yess, the new part is here!
I’ve been avoiding the preview because I just knew it’d leave me wanting more when I inevitably got to the end. Now, onwards! More Rachel Peng adventures await 🙂
Is there a wiki somewhere for these characters? I’ve read and loved all the books, but my memory is crap. I feel like I should remember some things about Jonathan Glazer from prior books, for example, but I can’t begin to guess which one to look in. Any tips?
I loved the style and character details as always. A real page turner
The antagonists, not so much. As a foreigner those militia guys, whatever the tag, never made news abroad and their overall threat level looks marginal, even after catching up googling. They make an interesting Mc Guffin, not a whole book foe (Dan Brown flayed that poor dead horse to dust). So, dunno, looked like a good wine opened a bit too early feeling to me.
So very sorry about the criticism.