Sci-Fi With a Soul: Fremont and Sidney and Twila and Fremont: Book Review of the First Two Installments of the Corebot Trilogy by Thomas Wilson

Posted: April 11, 2022 in Uncategorized

I was introduced to Thomas Wilson’s work by author of the Union Station series E.M. Foner, when he found out that Mr. Wilson and I have similar interests and career. I read the first book in the series Fremont and Sidney and loved it, so I was really excited to see when this book released and I picked it up at once. What a book. I would characterize these books as Sci-Fi with a soul. It is action-packed well written sci-fi with a spiritual component that does not disappoint. We first meet Twila in the first book of the trilogy, but in this book she becomes the title character as she enters into a rescue mission to free her younger sister from a sinister boarding school that is performing experiments on the children. There’s robots, action and intrigue that keeps the story moving at a fast pace, with enough heart and positivity to leave the reader feeling good at the end. This is the second book in a trilogy, but Mr. Wilson has managed to write a book with a beginning and middle and an end. Yes there is enough of a cliff hanger to make me long for the third book, but at the same time he creates a satisfying end to this story. It’s a very well written work of sci-fi that I highly recommend!

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