Into the Fire

  • Title: Into the Fire
  • Author: Peter Liney
  • ISBN: 9781782060369
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Into the Fire Ageing Big Guy Clancy thought escape from the Island would be enough but with the punishment satellites gone hell has been unleashed Having escaped the Island a wasteland that housed those no longer
    Ageing Big Guy Clancy thought escape from the Island would be enough, but with the punishment satellites gone hell has been unleashed.Having escaped the Island a wasteland that housed those no longer able to contribute to society ageing Big Guy Clancy thought his fight was over But they have returned to the mainland to find that it is not the haven they anticipateAgeing Big Guy Clancy thought escape from the Island would be enough, but with the punishment satellites gone hell has been unleashed.Having escaped the Island a wasteland that housed those no longer able to contribute to society ageing Big Guy Clancy thought his fight was over But they have returned to the mainland to find that it is not the haven they anticipated With the punishment satellites that kept them on the Island and the city under control gone, hell has been unleashed Clancy is about to discover that his work is far from over.

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    About Peter Liney


    1. I ve been writing for a long time twenty thirty years From poetry, through sit coms, to novels I ve had work produced on German, Australian and Brit TV, and on Brit and South African radio What you might call, the long scenic route to where I am today And I have to confess that there were many times when I thought I just wasn t going to make it In fact, I think I d kind of come to that conclusion But something has taken a firm grip, is dragging me along, and though it might be bumpy at times, though I might sustain the odd bruise, I think I ve paid my dues enough to take this ride


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    1. 3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum bibliosanctum/2014/08/15/b“Out of the frying pan and into the fire”, so the saying goes to describe going from a bad situation to a worse one, and that’s exactly what happens to Clancy “Big Guy” and his friends after they escape from the Island only to find out that the mainland they hoped to return to is not the home they remembered.Into the Fire is the follow-up to Peter Liney’s The Detainee, an adult dystopian novel that impressed me by setting [...]

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    2. The first book in The Detainee series was out of this world - a brutal, brilliant novel which didn't look away from the worst humanity has to offer.Book number two? Good, but not quite as good. Having made it off the island, big guy Clancy and his ragged bunch of survivors find themselves in a city torn apart by looting, rioting and evil corporate shenanigans. While the characters are as strong as ever - computer genius Jimmy is a particular delight, and Clancy is just amazing - it's the setting [...]

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    3. originally posted at: thebookplank/2014Last year Jo Fletcher published the debut of Peter Liney, The Detainee, a futuristic dystopian story. In his debut Peter Liney created a new concept where the sick, elderly and unwanted children were sent to an Island, on this Island there were no police officers, only hovering sattelites that kept the population at bay until a mist would cover the Island and the sattelites couldn't see any longer. This allowed for a brief period of time where in chaos woul [...]

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    4. draumrkopablog.wordpress/2This review may contain spoilers from the first book, The Detainee, so I would advise to only read this review after you’ve read the first book.At the end of The Detainee, Clancy and his companions managed to escape the island and were making their way to the mainland, full of hope. No time has passed at the beginning of Into The Fire and we see all of the people from the island reaching the shore and experiencing the mainland for the first time again. We all know by [...]

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    5. Although I enjoyed the various themes in this novel and predictions for the future, I did not really enjoy the characters. They tended to be flat and the protagonist seemed to always be talking and doubting himself. The tone was also a bit off and left a disconnect feeling to this novel.

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    6. CHARLES DICKENS WOULD APPROVE.Clancy and the gang are back in the second installment of Peter Liney’s brilliant dystopian trilogy. They’ve freed themselves from the tyranny of the Warlords and the punishment satellites, escaped Garbage Island and floated across the channel to the Mainland like a small army of beaten-up refugees. No sooner do they reach the “promised land” they realize they’ve gone out the frying pan and Into the Fire (thus the title). Without the punishment satellites, [...]

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    7. After having been very impressed by Book 1 “The Detainee”, “Into The Fire” was a must for me. And I was not disappointed.When Clancy, Lena and their friends finally return to the mainland, hoping for freedom and a peaceful life, little do they know about the threats they will have to face there. From the beginning on I was absolutely captured by the already familiar characters and the continuing story.Peter Liney artistically paints a dystopian future where individual monitoring via the [...]

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    8. I loved 'The Detainee'. Into the Fire is the second book of the trilogy and it picks up right where the first one ended. I really enjoyed author Liney continuing the story in that format as if the reader hasn't missed a thing. Also, all the characters and their qualities and quirks are still present. What has changed is the mainland. It is no longer the imagined setting where the detainees can return and begin a new quiet life. Instead there are more perils to overcome. For some reason, I did no [...]

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    9. Into the Fire is the second of the Detainee trilogy and is an enjoyable read. Told in the first person, Peter Liney writes in an easy to read style while describing a dark future. He takes the outcast future and puts a nice twist on how the society focuses on the wrong solutions and removes the "problems". While the story is certainly dystopia, it is at its heart, a love story, which Liney does a nice job weaving the sub-story within the larger context. This is popcorn for the mind, which is not [...]

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