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She never knew her name, only the number they used to define her. A possession of Sakkin Industries, she is being honed into a surgical weapon, trained to infiltrate and exterminate. Slowly, day-by-day, they try to erode her humanity and replace it with blind obedience and determination. For operative Eight Two, Sakkin is a second chance at life. Rescued from a massacred She never knew her name, only the number they used to define her. A possession of Sakkin Industries, she is being honed into a surgical weapon, trained to infiltrate and exterminate. Slowly, day-by-day, they try to erode her humanity and replace it with blind obedience and determination. For operative Eight Two, Sakkin is a second chance at life. Rescued from a massacred village, she's given a new home among their deadly trainees at the Institute. But as she's indoctrinated, the brutal training reveals she’s not like them. Conflicted, she’s torn between graduating to join Sakkin's elite ranks or lashing out against the injustice they bring to the world. Part 1 in a new series, 2055 - Escape follows on from the PRIMAL books of hard-hitting global vigilantes. It gives a glimpse into a not so distant future where security conglomerates protect the privileged few, Lascar has evolved into a sophisticated humanitarian aid outfit, and a shadow war is looming.


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She never knew her name, only the number they used to define her. A possession of Sakkin Industries, she is being honed into a surgical weapon, trained to infiltrate and exterminate. Slowly, day-by-day, they try to erode her humanity and replace it with blind obedience and determination. For operative Eight Two, Sakkin is a second chance at life. Rescued from a massacred She never knew her name, only the number they used to define her. A possession of Sakkin Industries, she is being honed into a surgical weapon, trained to infiltrate and exterminate. Slowly, day-by-day, they try to erode her humanity and replace it with blind obedience and determination. For operative Eight Two, Sakkin is a second chance at life. Rescued from a massacred village, she's given a new home among their deadly trainees at the Institute. But as she's indoctrinated, the brutal training reveals she’s not like them. Conflicted, she’s torn between graduating to join Sakkin's elite ranks or lashing out against the injustice they bring to the world. Part 1 in a new series, 2055 - Escape follows on from the PRIMAL books of hard-hitting global vigilantes. It gives a glimpse into a not so distant future where security conglomerates protect the privileged few, Lascar has evolved into a sophisticated humanitarian aid outfit, and a shadow war is looming.

30 review for PRIMAL 2055 - Escape

  1. 5 out of 5

    Randy Troyer

    Venture into the unknown A different tract from my beloved Primal series as Silkstone tries his hand at sci-fi. It isn't terrible but I still long for my Primal operatives and justice being dealt in current times. In my estimation the protagonist was underdeveloped and I did not develop the kinship I would have hoped and have come to expect in a Silkstone novel. No spoilers here but it's an average to slightly above average attempt at a new genre. I felt his (Silkstones) first attempts in action- Venture into the unknown A different tract from my beloved Primal series as Silkstone tries his hand at sci-fi. It isn't terrible but I still long for my Primal operatives and justice being dealt in current times. In my estimation the protagonist was underdeveloped and I did not develop the kinship I would have hoped and have come to expect in a Silkstone novel. No spoilers here but it's an average to slightly above average attempt at a new genre. I felt his (Silkstones) first attempts in action-romance with his two SEAL books was much more of a successful venture. 3.5 stars but enough of an enjoyable read to make me read the sequel.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rob Morton

    An Interesting Side-step Kidnapped children are turned into cold, heartless, killing machines... except one... and what she doesn’t know is she’s being programmed to be a very different kind of killer. Kinda high-tech-ish, not PRIMAL as we know it - although they’re mentioned a few times in this book - but a different look at a security corporation making killers to improve their bottom line. A good read, very different, but if you don’t find yourself cheering Eight Two and urging her to defy her m An Interesting Side-step Kidnapped children are turned into cold, heartless, killing machines... except one... and what she doesn’t know is she’s being programmed to be a very different kind of killer. Kinda high-tech-ish, not PRIMAL as we know it - although they’re mentioned a few times in this book - but a different look at a security corporation making killers to improve their bottom line. A good read, very different, but if you don’t find yourself cheering Eight Two and urging her to defy her master, start the book over again and really read it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    Good beginning of a new genre! I read the Kindle edition of this book. There were a few editing errors that will not take away from the readers experience. The author has done a good job of character development and the story moves along at a good pace. There are a few parallels with our current world situation. I look forward to the next in the series!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Don

    This is a little on the wild side for Silkstone. You are dealing with mechops, clankers and, Ganics, whoever heard of such things. His writing is good but trying to tie it to a tread of reality is tough. I wasn’t that impressed and I don’t have interest in any book two. I did like “Wilda” or 82, as she was assigned in this story. Her character was the best tie to reality in the book. 4

  5. 5 out of 5

    L J Field

    Very good intro to new series The was a fine introduction to a sci-fi rendition of the PRIMAL series. The world building was quite good, although the story takes place in a fairly limited area. The backstory of how the world fell apart was interesting and explained the current dystopia. All in all, an excellent beginning. I’m looking forward to the next volume.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Phil Matthews

    Boring Author insults the intelligence of the reader. It's quite obvious right away the mercenary company is heavily flawed but the author keeps over and over trying to show this. Finished with this series Boring Author insults the intelligence of the reader. It's quite obvious right away the mercenary company is heavily flawed but the author keeps over and over trying to show this. Finished with this series

  7. 5 out of 5

    CHRISTOPHER

    New style from author this was a good read but it took me a while to get into it unlike the older genre of PRIMAL novels. In the end it was good. Not sure if I will read future installments.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rick Carlson

    A different kind of Si-FI. If you have enjoyed the Primal series this is a beginning of Primal in the future. Was a great beginning to what I believe is going to be a great series. Please keep the books coming Mr. Jack.

  9. 4 out of 5

    gloria marquardt

    An excellent new series. I'm not sure how to classify this book. I'm not crazy about war books but this one sucked me in from the beginning. For sci fi it is excellent. For dystopian ,terrifying. An excellent new series. I'm not sure how to classify this book. I'm not crazy about war books but this one sucked me in from the beginning. For sci fi it is excellent. For dystopian ,terrifying.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Shawn

    Wow! Ok, different from the other Primals but well worth the read. I absolutely loved it. A complete story, you know (or hope) there will be more but you a least aren't left in a vacuum of what's to come. Wow! Ok, different from the other Primals but well worth the read. I absolutely loved it. A complete story, you know (or hope) there will be more but you a least aren't left in a vacuum of what's to come.

  11. 5 out of 5

    James S. Butler

    P2055 Interesting substitute for the original series, I want to see how this is going to the info the original operatives with the original head man supposedly dead.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ev

    Primal 2055 The time line is a little confusing, but the story line is still strong. You have to wonder how things will turn out for Wilda. Will she be good or bad ?

  13. 4 out of 5

    BRAD PIERSON

    Really enjoyed the book I like the new story line and the new characters can't wait for the next one to come out! Please hurry Really enjoyed the book I like the new story line and the new characters can't wait for the next one to come out! Please hurry

  14. 4 out of 5

    Rick

    Good start for a new series I'm not a big fan of sci-fi but I found this book interesting with good action and characters. Looking forward to the next book. Good start for a new series I'm not a big fan of sci-fi but I found this book interesting with good action and characters. Looking forward to the next book.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Interesting Jack has stepped us into the future. Our mc is an enigma. What is going to happen next jack? You've got me wishing for more yet again. Interesting Jack has stepped us into the future. Our mc is an enigma. What is going to happen next jack? You've got me wishing for more yet again.

  16. 4 out of 5

    MRS AUDREY PATERSON

    Excellent This is a fast paced book. Being a huge Primal fan I was looking forward to reading this and was not disappointed. I loved the little tidbits from Primal and look forward to the next instalment with hopefully more crossover.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Peter

  18. 4 out of 5

    J & K

  19. 5 out of 5

    Dovid & Adella Jaeger

  20. 5 out of 5

    Judy Miller

  21. 5 out of 5

    Paul Wells

  22. 4 out of 5

    Marie

  23. 5 out of 5

    Richard

  24. 4 out of 5

    Bob Archer

  25. 4 out of 5

    Myra J. Moses

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rick Scott

  27. 5 out of 5

    JACK KINSLER

  28. 4 out of 5

    Dora Jane Blair

  29. 5 out of 5

    Roger L Johnson

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Noden

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