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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Tiny Planet Filled With Liars is a work of fiction in the science fiction, paranormal, and mystery sub-genres, and was penned by author Stephen M. A. The work is intended for an adult reading audience, due to the presence of moderate scenes of violence, the use of explicit language, and some scenes of a sexual nature. We find ourselves in a far flung world where money and the military make the world go round, and the Unified Fiduciary Dominion is in big trouble as its star admiral seems to be on the wane. It’s up to no-nonsense investigator The Interviewer and the enigmatic Madame Zhou to figure out what’s causing the fault and fast, against an unstoppable alien adversary.
Author Stephen M. A. has crafted a deeply considered and well-developed work of fiction with plenty of detail, intrigue and action to offer its readers. One of the most essential features of this work, and indeed a key feature of the genre, is the talent the author displays in worldbuilding. From the consideration of an economic, profiteering ethos of the ruling forces to the small, atmospheric details in the way of life under such a dark rule, every moment feels wonderfully tense and immersive to live through. When you add to this the development of some very interesting characters with inventive jobs to do, the terrifying Fleet Eternal and the unique, sharp parlance of the work’s dialogue, what results is a true masterpiece of storytelling. Overall, I would highly recommend Tiny Planet Filled With Liars to fans of thrilling science fiction, military mysteries and immense worldbuilding.