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Reviewed by Amy Raines for Readers' Favorite
Trigger by Sherri Fulmer Moorer gives new meaning to the word 'paradise' as people with specialized knowledge find life after death, and are delivered to a facsimile of what humans perceive as a perfect and heavenly existence. A group of scientists realizes there are way too many flaws with the environment and system they live in and form a team to unravel what the reality of the so-called ‘paradise’ really is. Nothing piques a scientist’s mind more than questions that need answers, leading to the major question: Are the dead scientists really in a heavenly paradise or are they merely being held captive by one of the two alien races that have been encountered on earth? With limited resources, can they unlock the rising paradoxes and preserve humanity and its most basic truths?
Trigger is an exciting ride through a complex plot dealing with the scientific scope of what lies beyond life and death. The characters are well developed and very easy to relate to as they gain memories of lost loved ones and the realization that they are being mourned themselves. I liked the novel's in-depth explanation of nanotechnology that shows how much homework Sherri Fulmer Moorer has done in order to write this page-turner of a story. I would recommend Trigger to anyone looking for a science fiction journey in which to really immerse themselves. Sherri Fulmer Moorer also provided a sneak peak into her next book, which I must say I will be looking forward to reading.