↠ Footprints || ☆ PDF Download by ↠ John A. Autero

By John A. Autero | Comments: ( 362 ) | Date: ( Jul 03, 2020 )

Footprints is a story that twists you around and around and deposits you in the most unexpected place.Scott Hrdinsky and his Uncle Joe live on a quiet farm in rural America in the not too distant future When Scott was eight years old, he received a unique dog named Dozer as a gift from a family friend When Dozer, a cross breed of an android and a cybernetic organism, f Footprints is a story that twists you around and around and deposits you in the most unexpected place.Scott Hrdinsky and his Uncle Joe live on a quiet farm in rural America in the not too distant future When Scott was eight years old, he received a unique dog named Dozer as a gift from a family friend When Dozer, a cross breed of an android and a cybernetic organism, fails to wake up one morning, Scott and Uncle Joe embark on a secret mission to save him Scott and Uncle Joe end up in a tactical, science fiction adventure as they confront Commander Manson Kurse, the supreme leader of the Lancaster Science and Research Facility Throughout the mission, Scott s eyes are opened to the covert activities and governmental conspiracies that are hidden in plain sight all around him Mentored by Uncle Joe, Scott learns to cope with the circumstances in his life and comes to the realization of what is really most important.


  • Title: Footprints
  • Author: John A. Autero
  • ISBN: 9781497356221
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

John A. Autero

John A Autero is an indie author of thriller suspense adventure novels An engineer by education, John employs a technical style of writing that combines existing technologies with those that are yet to be developed John enjoys anything sci fi, automotive, heavy metal and ballistic Always a fan of government conspiracies and black ops, stories like The Terminator and The X Files are always on his list of favorites John was born in the United States and has spent his entire life there, where he happily lives with his wife and pets.



Comments Footprints

  • Justin Hamlin

    Stories concerning ‘survivalists’ and/or ‘preppers’ tend to follow two storylines in particular: either a societal breakdown has occurred and they’re left with the responsibility of maintaining what’s left of humanity, or they’ve gone rogue while waiting for said societal breakdown (or during it) and need to be stopped.This one’s different; the major crises (including extraterrestrial contact) have already come and gone decades previously. Instead, Scott Hrdinsky and his uncle Jo [...]


  • Iain

    I love this guy's writing skill which is all down to passion and hard work.The chapter on Shelley has prompted me to start reading Shelley the pursuit.


  • Gwenellen

    If you like futuristic weapons, you will enjoy John A. Autero’s book ‘Footprints’. Set in the near future, it follows the quest of a young man named Scott and his Uncle Joe, to save their beloved pet Dozer. It is full of descriptions of nifty weapons and other high tech gadgets.Unfortunately, what was missing from this story was character development. The plot was a little too formulaic and the characters were one dimensional. It lacked the emotional depth which would have allowed me to id [...]


  • Qukatheg

    I received this book for free through First Reads.Scott's half android half cybernetic dog Dozer has malfunctioned, and the software he needs to revive Dozer is stored in dangerous territory controlled by terrorists. Fortunately, Scott and his uncle Joe have an illegal weapon's stash in their basement, and Uncle Joe thinks it's about time Scott got out and learned some life lessons anyway. Scott and uncle Joe go on this mission to save a dog, but out in the desert they run into a government con [...]


  • Amanda

    Footprints by John A. Autero was a satisfying story, of life lessons and leaving a 'footprint' in the world. I thought the plot was good and interesting enough. I do wish their could have been some more detail, it is a pretty quick read. One minute there off to find out what's wrong with the dog and then bam, a bunch of stuff happen (I hate giving to much detail in fear of spoilers), then bam mission over and book over.I also wish the characters had a little more. I myself as a reader, am mostly [...]


  • Angela Sciurca

    This was a little difficult for me to read. In the very beginning of the book I found misspelled words and later on, into the book, I found words that were not used properly. Words like: their, there, they're. Just because they sound alike and are spelled correctly doesn't mean they necessarily belong in the sentence. I wonder if anyone proof-reads the books or if it's left to the computer to decide.Seventy rears ago I had an English teacher who drummed proper English and Grammar into our heads [...]


  • Craig Tyler

    The book started out pretty slow but then turned into a real page truner. I would consider this book a near future, military sci-fi story. So most of the "tech" is believable and the story seemed very plausible. For anyone looking for more realism in their sci-fi this book would hit the spot. I did see this book as a starting point for more books, but I am not sure the author intended that or not. The book did have an ending and it was satisfiying but I could see going further with the story.Hat [...]


  • Alexander Gabriel

    Accurately DetailedFootprints is like being drafted, and fast tracked into a force recon unit. The technical details that are non-fictitious, are precise, and the sci-fi is frighteningly plausible. If you are looking for mystery, and twisty plot lines footprints may not fit the bill. This story could easily be heard in a dusty GP medium tent over the rumble of a diesel generator, and the aroma of water activated MRE heaters. Overall the story is fun, but VERY straight forward. When the main char [...]


  • John Autero

    Greetings all - I have passed my book around to a number of people and after questioning them for feedback and a star rating, the consensus is 4 stars (3.75 actually). Most folks commented that the story started fairly slow but about half way in it really got going. One person told me that the last ten or fifteen chapters are the best. Check out my next book entitled "The Scorpian" You watch the TV news every night and think you know what’s going on… think again.


  • Rob

    I enjoyed the book. It did start out a slow but did pick up and hold my interest. I would definitely read another book by this author.


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