The paperback version of Adam is now available to purchase on Amazon.com!
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I received my print proof of Adam on Friday! I’m really pleased with how it came out, so here’s a sneak preview. There are still some minor tweaks to the spine and back cover so it probably won’t be available to buy until next year.
It’s been a hectic few months since Adam’s release and until now I haven’t had time to post about what’s next from me, although there has been a lot going on behind the scenes! First of all I want to say a massive thank you to my family, friends, fellow authors, readers, bloggers and everyone […]
Shari Sakurai’s novels Adam and Perfect World (Perfect World #1) are free or discounted this weekend (1st-4th July) as part of Hash’s Bash 2.0!
Adam – a companion novel to the Perfect World series
Adam Larimore is on a mission of self-destruct. After learning that he was genetically engineered for the sole purpose of inheriting his father’s empire, Adam has been determined to ruin his father’s life and in the process his own. When Ivan Williams, the man soon to become the Head of the London Security Agency (L.S.A), approaches Adam with the offer of a business partnership, Adam discovers the appalling truth behind the technological and genetic advancements that have come to shape England. His relationship with his father is at breaking point and when events take a devastating turn, Adam finds himself pushed further than perhaps he wanted to go.
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Perfect World (Perfect World series, Book #1)
It is the year 2115 and the world is very different. With climate changes, natural disasters and war shaping the landscape, England has become a nation made up of several super cities and wasteland in between.
Eric Rawlins is a genetically engineered superhero created by the London Security Agency (L.S.A) to defend and protect the city against both national and international threats. With his superior abilities, celebrity status and beautiful girlfriend, Eric appears to have the perfect life. However, it is an illusion created by the L.S.A in order to control him.
Eric’s nemesis is the charismatic Adam Larimore. The only son of billionaire business tycoon Victor Larimore, Adam is gifted with a genius level IQ as well as the same longevity as Eric.
When the actions of the L.S.A throw the two of them together Eric finds himself questioning everything that he has ever known as well as discovering the true course of events that led to Adam turning to a life of crime. As they become closer Eric realises that the L.S.A may be the real threat to London. But can he trust Adam or is he part of Adam’s plan for revenge against those who have wronged him?
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“Adam is my latest release and is a companion novel to my Perfect World series. I decided to write Adam as I felt that in order to tell Adam Larimore’s story properly he needed his own novel.”
“Adam is set in London in 2112 and begins by introducing readers to the life of the troubled-teen and heir to Larimore Systems – a multi-billion pound company owned by Adam’s father Victor Larimore. Victor Larimore is a self-made business man and his focus is primarily on his company and fortune. Victor paid to have a son genetically engineered as he was entering later life and had never married and fathered an heir. However, Victor subsequently marries socialite Eleanor Nichols and welcomes her and her son, Joseph, into the family. Whilst Joseph lacks in the intellect and drive needed to take over the running on the highly successful company, his straight-laced persona makes him more favourable in Victor’s eyes than his wild and difficult biological son.”
“As a result of his father’s neglect, and often cruelty, Adam acts out and frequently finds himself under arrest for his behaviour. Rather than try to reach out to his son, Victor simply reacts in anger and further widens the gap between them.”
“Fundamentally Adam explores the ethics of genetic modification and how an individual would react upon learning that they were essentially created to specification and for a specific purpose. Joseph often sneers at Adam’s background and calls him a ‘freak’ and comments that Adam is his father’s failed science project, despite the fact that Joseph himself – like all babies in post-tsunami and war England – is also genetically engineered. The difference for Adam is that he was not created by two parents who loved each other and wanted a son; he was designed as a perfect heir for his father’s company. Victor Larimore sees him as another of his investments and treats Adam accordingly. Whilst at first Adam’s segregation from everyone else appears somewhat self-inflicted, as the novel progresses it becomes apparent that most of the upper-class treat him with disdain and see him as Adam often sees himself; a failure and disappointment.”
“Above all, all Adam really wants is his father’s love and for Victor to be proud of him, but this desire is embittered by his father’s constant rejection. This rejection, by Victor and others, is constantly reinforced throughout the novel and, disheartened and full of anger, Adam makes a decision that will not only have serious consequences for him, but many others in the Perfect World series as a whole.”
“Adam tells the story of Adam Larimore’s journey from protagonist to antagonist. Adam is not a traditional villain but rather an individual whose circumstances, combined with the betrayals of those closest to him, set him on this path. There is a moment in the novel where had Adam been allowed to reach out then his fate might have been a lot different.”